Sermons by Rev. Emily Riley Campbell

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Falling Into the Psalms: Psalm 78 – Upper Room

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On Reformation Sunday (and also the 500th Anniversary of the day that Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door), we spent time looking at Psalm 78.  As Pastor Emily went through this psalm with us, she shared that it represents a call to remember – remember the things God has done for […]

Falling Into the Psalms: Psalm 107 — Upper Room

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Today, as we looked at Psalm 107, the next installment in our series ‘Falling Into the Psalms,’ we explored the stories of deliverance presented there, and added several of our own stories of deliverance through the telling of four ‘3 Word Stories.’  Presented by Bekah Greenman, Rich Rej, and Rev. Emily Campbell, and explained through […]

Fall Gospel Concert — Sanctuary

The Chancel Choir and guest artists present their fall Gospel concert.  The service includes the following selections: CHANCEL CHOIR: “Every Time I Feel the Spirit” “Take My Hand”  FIFTH SEASON ENSEMBLE: “Go Down Moses” Soloist: Carole Moon “If Heaven Never Was Promised to Me”  OFFERTORY: “We Will See Him As He Is” Soloist: Kimberly Swan MEN’S QUARTET: “Poor Man […]

Falling Into the Psalms: Psalm 8 — Sanctuary

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Continuing on with our “Falling Into the Psalms” series, we are looking at Psalm 8, written by King David to praise God for the majesty and glory of God and His works.  Rev. Campbell reminded us that, just by looking up at the moon and the stars, or looking around at the changing fall colors, we […]

Falling Into the Psalms: Psalm 27 – Sanctuary

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Today, we started a new series for the fall entitled ‘Falling Into the Psalms.  Our first look was at chapter Psalm 27 – ‘The LORD is my light, and my salvation–whom shall I fear?  The LORD is the stronghold of my life–of whom shall I be afraid?’  This psalm, written by King David as he is facing […]

Teaching Discipleship: Judas & Matthias — Upper Room

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As we return to our sermon series on the Discipleship (following the VBS break), we take a look at a very difficult disciple – Judas Iscariot – and his replacement, Matthias.  Judas is maybe the best known of the disciples for the worst possible reason – he was the tool used by the Jewish religious leaders […]