Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Worship August 23, 2020 – Matthew 16:13-20 Sermon: “Business or Pleasure?“
Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Worship August 16, 2020 – Matthew 15:10-28 Sermon: “The Master’s Table“
Jesus is less than eager to help this woman, explaining that his mission is first to the house of Israel. However, Jesus is the one who has left Jewish territory and invaded this woman’s world. Furthermore, this Canaanite woman — an unclean, outsider — demonstrates that she has a better grasp of Jesus’ identity than the hand-selected disciples do at this point in the narrative. Jesus’ encounter with the Canaanite woman unsettles boundaries and calls into question definitions of clean and unclean.
Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Worship August 9, 2020 – Matthew 14:22-33 Sermon: “Lord Save Me”
In Matthew’s Gospel reading this week (14:22-33), Jesus indeed calls to his disciples in the midst of the wild and restless sea1, but he is not beckoning them away from the storm. Instead, his voice calls them into the tumult. This story is meant to reveal who Jesus is. But that revelation is only possible in the midst of the chaos. If Jesus had not forced the disciples to embark on this uncertain journey, they would have missed the opportunity to see God revealed in their midst.
Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Worship August 2, 2020 – Matthew 14:13-21 – Sermon: “Bread Daily”
Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Worship July 26th, 2020 – Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52 – Sermon: Chasing the Kingdom
Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Worship July 19th, 2020 – Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Worship July 12th, 2020 – Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23
Join us this Sunday for our First Live-Streamed service at 11:00AM, July 5th, 2020
Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Worship June 28, 2020 – Romans 6:12-23
Timber Ridge Presbyterian Church – Service for June 21, 2020 – Sunday – Romans 6:1b-11
Good morning Church. The video for today’s worship has been uploaded, but there is no sound for the Gospel reading nor for the sermon. Hopefully, this will be corrected later today. Thanks for your patience and understanding. Be safe, remain joyful. Pastor Patrick.