You've Got Mail

The Impossible Dream

(Memorial Day) • May 29, 2016 • Rev. David Washburn

Most of today’s mail arrives with a notification on our smartphones and computers with half of it destined for the spam folder. This was not the case for the first century church in Philippi. As the Apostle Paul’s first church plant on European soil, I doubt we can fathom the Philippians’ excitement when they received Paul’s letter. How they must have read it aloud and passed it around from home to home! Over the course of four Sundays, we’ll consider each chapter in Paul’s letter to the Philippians during our new worship series, You’ve Got Mail.

Taking Out the Trash

May 22, 2016 • Rev. David Washburn

Most of today’s mail arrives with a notification on our smartphones and computers with half of it destined for the spam folder. This was not the case for the first century church in Philippi. As the Apostle Paul’s first church plant on European soil, I doubt we can fathom the Philippians’ excitement when they received Paul’s letter. How they must have read it aloud and passed it around from home to home! Over the course of four Sundays, we’ll consider each chapter in Paul’s letter to the Philippians during our new worship series, You’ve Got Mail.

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May 15, 2016 • Rev. David Washburn

Most of today’s mail arrives with a notification on our smartphones and computers with half of it destined for the spam folder. This was not the case for the first century church in Philippi. As the Apostle Paul’s first church plant on European soil, I doubt we can fathom the Philippians’ excitement when they received Paul’s letter. How they must have read it aloud and passed it around from home to home! Over the course of four Sundays, we’ll consider each chapter in Paul’s letter to the Philippians during our new worship series, You’ve Got Mail.

To Live is Christ

May 8, 2016 • Rev. Michael Gunter

Most of today’s mail arrives with a notification on our smartphones and computers with half of it destined for the spam folder. This was not the case for the first century church in Philippi. As the Apostle Paul’s first church plant on European soil, I doubt we can fathom the Philippians’ excitement when they received Paul’s letter. How they must have read it aloud and passed it around from home to home! Over the course of four Sundays, we’ll consider each chapter in Paul’s letter to the Philippians during our new worship series, You’ve Got Mail.