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Sermons are listed as follows:
CONFLUX WORSHIP SERIES 2021-2022
Church is a People | 09.12.2021-10.10.2021
Overture | 10.17.2021-11.21.2021
Nativity Now | 11.28.2021-12.26.2021
First Thing First | 01.02.2022-01.30.2022
Legacy | 02.06.2022-02.27.2022
Unafraid | 03.06.2022-04.17.2022
X Marks the Spot | 04.24.2022-05.29.2022
So Many Questions | Summer 2022
Summer at the Movies | Summer 2022
Sermons are available as YouTube videos.
FIRST THING FIRST (Epiphany) | January 2022
Need a place to start? This small handful of sermons was selected by the clergy team based on feedback they’re received from worshippers and church members about what activated their faith, gave them something new to think about, or otherwise nourished their soul and connected them with God.
Has pandemic changed church forever?
So Many Question! II 8 of 9
Rev. Nate Melcher
What We Expect & What We Find
Origin and Onward 3/7
Rev. Nate Melcher
01.17.2021 (Selected by Sojourners)
Hear the Word live on Sundays and by podcast.
Senior Pastor Nate Melcher is known for crafting sermons with humor and depth. His preaching weaves closely to a scripture text and features illustrations that appeal across generations. He combines his M.Div theology degree with his MFA in Creative Writing and BA in Film Studies, as well as his training in improv comedy, to deliver sermons intended to be relatable, meaningful, and actionable.
Pastor Nate preaches thematically-linked worship series at typically 4-7 weeks each (catch up on the latest series with sermon podcasts). In every worship service, the sermon offers a mix of pastoral care in the midst of challenge, prophetic vision for a justice-filled world, and a call to action.