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Weekly sermons from Smoky Hill United Methodist Church in Centennial, CO.

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Weekly sermons from Smoky Hill United Methodist Church in Centennial, CO.

    Sermon from 01-19-20

    Sermon from 01-19-20

    Building the Beloved Community in God - Pastor Felicia

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    Sermon from 01-12-20

    Sermon from 01-12-20

    Something happens. Something very real happens. Like the wind, we don’t see it so much as we experience its effects on our lives (and other people’s lives). This Sunday is Baptism of the Lord Sunday, and we will be considering Jesus’ baptism by his cousin John and how that relates to our own baptisms. We will be remembering our baptisms at both worship services, and at the 8:00 service, we will also celebrate two very special baptisms. The message is titled “This is God’s Doing,” and is based on Matthew 3:13-17. See you in church! -Pastor Derek

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    Sermon from 01-05-20

    Sermon from 01-05-20

    The three Wise Men, or Maji, came to worship the child Jesus as visitors from “the east.”  It is clear that they are not Jewish or part of the Abrahamic tradition. They have come to represent the wider gentile world and their visit is interpreted as a recognition that the Christ child comes as a gift to the whole world - not just the Jewish nation. This Sunday we will celebrate Epiphany. We will hear the story of the visitors from the east once again, and consider the implications of Christ’s coming for ALL people and what that means today. My message is titled “Let the Day Arrive,” and will include children as we worship as families on this first Sunday of the new year.    -Pastor Derek 

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    Sermon from 12-29-19

    Sermon from 12-29-19

    This Sunday’s sermon is entitled “Choosing Another Way for the New Year.” The sermon text is Matthew 22:37-39 and will focus on the importance of self-love and how we cannot walk fully in who God has created us to be and what God has called us to do until we love ourselves. Both culture and historical theology have made self-care and self-love sinful and selfish. But Jesus clearly tells us that self-love is important: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” So important is self-love that Jesus ranks it as part and parcel of the Greatest Commandment. Blessings & Peace - Pastor Felicia

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    Sermon from 12-24-19 Christmas Eve 9 Service

    Sermon from 12-24-19 Christmas Eve 9 Service

    Christmas Eve Services 7 - Late Christmas Service

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    Sermon from 12-24-19 Christmas Eve 7 Service

    Sermon from 12-24-19 Christmas Eve 7 Service

    Christmas Eve Services 7 - Christmas Eve Message and Acapella

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