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As Pastor Scott Miller continues to recuperate from surgery, we have the opportunity to hear some less-familiar voices from the pulpit. This week, one of Mt. Lebanon UMC's own returns to us in a new role: the newly commissioned Rev. Grace Killian preaches today on the 4th chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians, speaking on to topic of responding t…
 
As Pastor Scott Miller continues to recuperate from surgery, we have the opportunity to hear some less-familiar voices from the pulpit. This week, the Rev. Don Cook shares reflections on the 3rd chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians, on the theme of being filled with all the fullness of God. Scripture reading: Ephesians 3:14-21 The Rev. Don Cook,…
 
As Pastor Scott Miller continues to recuperate from surgery, some less-familiar voices will be heard from the pulpit at the 8:30 traditional service. This week, Mitchell Stecker concludes a two-part reflection on Ephesians, the "Queen of the Epistles" -- or, thought of another way, "How to be the Church...for Dummies" -- and explores the ways in wh…
 
While Pastor Scott Miller recovers from surgery, some less-familiar voices will be heard from the pulpit at the 8:30 traditional service. This week and next, Mr. Mitchell Stecker will bring a two-part reflection on the rich and expansive guidance that the Apostle gives to the church in Ephesus in his epistle to them. We will be digging into this po…
 
One of the early mottos of the United States was the phrase E Pluribus Unum, "from many, one." It referred to the unity of the inhabitants of the original 13 colonies. Pastor Tom's message for this coming Sunday turns that old motto upon its head -- "From one, many." This emphasizes our unity in Jesus Christ. Join this weekend's podcast as we consi…
 
Human touch is a powerful thing. The age of covid has made that even more clear. This Sunday we'll be looking at two different touches and the power they had on a whole community. We'll also think about how we are called to touch others and help take care of their needs. Scripture reading: Mark 5:21-43 Pastor Scott Miller, preacher. Music permissio…
 
In a time of crisis, we need to find a “still point,” calming our spirits and opening our minds to God’s leading. A pair of Bible stories — David and Goliath and Jesus calming the storm — guide us in responding to chaotic times. Both texts demonstrate the importance of seeking a quiet moment of contemplation in the face of crisis, and how regular p…
 
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