Weekly sermons from Central United Methodist Church in historic Fourth & Gill Neighborhood of Knoxville, TN. Current pastor is Rev. Jimmy Sherrod.Worshipping Joyfully, Growing Spiritually, Serving with Compassion and Welcoming All...
A Transcendent Alternative
Matthew 17:1-9Drawing upon the story of Jesus' transfiguration, Pastor Jimmy invites us to live and be both the transcendent and immanent community of Christ.
#trending: What About the Earth? (Part 6 of 7)
Pastor Jimmy continues the series of sermons called #trending exploring burning questions of faith that have been presented to him by his congregation. This week, he asks about our call to environmental justice and caring for the earth. We are not only...
#trending: What about Suffering? (Part 5 of 7)
Continuing in our series called #trending: Burning Questions of Faith, Rev. Stephanie Parrott addresses suffering. Folks question God's goodness because of all the suffering, and that makes sense. What does our Judeo/Christian call us to believe about...
#trending: Are You There, God? (Part 4 of 7)
In this fourth sermon in a series called #trending: burning questions of faith, Pastor Jimmy addresses questions raised by several church members: is God even listening? Why is God not answering my prayers? We unpack the idea of prayer and what it means...
#trending: What About Suicide? (Part 3 of 7)
In the third of our series of sermons on burning questions of faith, Pastor Jimmy addresses the tough topic of suicide, In particular, how it affects people, signs to look for in people who are suicidal, and what our faith says about suicide and people...
#trending: What About Politics (Part 2 of 7)
Continuing in the series of sermons called #trending (Burning Questions of Life and Faith), Pastor Jimmy addressed the hard topic of politics and how they intersect with our faith. Where is our allegiance? Whom do we follow? Politicians and presidents?...
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