June 18, 2017
“Promise and Fulfillment” – Rev. Jane Esterline
If we were to ask father Abraham, I think he would gladly say that waiting on the Lord is a lifetime job. He did not begin the job until he was 75 years old, but he was committed to the end. Abraham would attest both that God’s promises are sure and always fulfilled, and we wait upon the Lord, because that is the best way to live, not just to see God’s promises fulfilled.
June 11, 2017
“Beginnings” – Rev. Jane Esterline
Listen to the word from Genesis 1 read to the tune of Haydn’s, “The Heaven’s Are Telling,” a gorgeous piece from his masterpiece, The Creation. In the words of Debbie Thomas: “God’s is the gaze of the artist, keen, perceptive, and patient. God observes. He attends. He notices. I come from a God who pays delighted attention. He sees.”
June 4, 2017
“Giving Love, Finding Joy” – Ken Yoest
Northmont’s Ken Yoest shares his experiences from a recent Mission trip to Honduras.
May 28, 2017
“Memorial Sunday Hymn Sing”
May 21, 2017
“Mercy!” | Rev. Jane Esterline
May 14, 2017
“Exceeding Abundantly” | Rev. Jane Esterline
A Mothering Sunday message from Rev. Jane Esterline
May 7, 2017
“You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat” | Rev. Dr. Steven Tuell
Rev. Dr. Steven Tuell, James A. Kelso Professor of Hebrew & Old Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, preaches on the book of Ezekiel.
April 30, 2017
“Along the Road” | Rev. Jane Esterline
April 23, 2017
“Wounded Hands Heal” | Rev. Jane Esterline
April 16, 2017
“Let the Alleluias Ring” | Rev. Jane Esterline
An Easter message celebrating the Resurrection of the Lord with return of all the “Alleluias” we kept suppressed during Lent.
April 9, 2017
“Passion’s Gate” | Rev. Jane Esterline
A Palm Sunday message kicks off Holy Week.
April 2, 2017
“Acceptance” | Rev. David Esterline
A Lenten message from the president of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
March 26, 2017
“Acknowledgment” | Rev. Jane Esterline
The story of the man born blind and healed by Jesus captures our attention because of the wonderful way he accepts Jesus as God’s miracle worker, then thirsts to know Jesus more. His story is such a good way to help us all open the eyes of our hearts to God’s grace and glory.
March 19, 2017
“Thirsty” | Rev. Jane Esterline
Our congregation became very thirsty this Sunday while listening to the sermon. The image of water was used in many ways to represent our thirst for God.
March 12, 2017
“Transfiguration Travels” | Rev. Jane Esterline
Seeing the Light of Christ never stopped. Come and behold Jesus, believe, and become once again.
March 5, 2017
“The Temptation of Jesus” | Rev. Jane Esterline
Often our greatest temptations are fueled by insecurity. The little one known as satan is the most insecure in identity, for good reason. Jesus’ identity is secure eternally. He offers us that security.