This is audio of Pastor Kevin's sermon delivered for the Online Worship Service on the First Sunday in Lent, February 21 2021. It is the first sermon in our series on the book of Lamentations.
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In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic, and out of love for our neighbors and our community, as of March 15, 2020 Calvin Presbyterian Church has suspended all corporate worship gatherings through at least the end of March. This is audio from Pastor Kevin's message to the congregation during the online worship service on the third Sunday of this suspension.
Come and Sit Beside Me for a While | Acts 8:26-40 | Rev. Shannan Vance-Ocampo, Guest Preacher | First Sunday in Lent, 3/1/20
This week's sermon is by Rev. Shannan Vance-Ocampo,
General Presbyter of the Presbytery of Southern New England.
For Us and For Our Salvation: Jesus the New Adam | Romans 5:12-15, 18-21 | Fifth Sunday in Lent, 4/7/19
For Us and For Our Salvation: Jesus the Victor | 1 Corinthians 15:20-26, 51-58 | Fourth Sunday in Lent, 3/31/19
For Us and For Our Salvation: Jesus the Atoning Sacrifice | Hebrews 9:11-14 | Third Sunday in Lent, 3/24/19
For Us and For Our Salvation: Jesus the Redeemer | Colossians 1:9-14 | Second Sunday in Lent, 3/17/19
For Us and For Our Salvation: Jesus the Exemplar of Love | 1 John 4:13-19 | First Sunday in Lent, 3/10/19
Time and Trust (aka No Guts, No Glory) | Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18; Luke 13:31-35 | Second Sunday in Lent, 2/21/16
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