Father's Day
Dave Southwick
Guest Speaker delivering the sermon for Father's Day

A New Kind of King
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
When you build a road for the Lord in the desert you will find that He is already waiting for you as the Good Shepherd.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Now what? Ever ask that question? You've left your old life behind, but you don't know what your new life will be like. It's called "being in transition." And it is a vital part of how we become like Jesus.

First Day
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
What will it be like when we open our eyes for the very first time in God's new creation? Paul gives us a glimpse as he brings us to God's final victory over death itself. And that makes all the difference in the life we're living right now.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
What do caterpillars and resurrection have in common? More than you might think. Join us in some caterpillar conversations.

The Journey
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
The Christian life is a journey with a starting point and a final destination. Lose sight of the destination and you will find yourself the one who is lost.

The Last Enemy
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
God has a plan to completely restore and renew His wonderful Creation, including you and me. It began with raising Jesus back to life. It won't be completed until He has fully defeated the last enemy: Death. Only then will God be "all in all."

Which Gospel?
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Fake News. It's all over the internet. And often it is a clever mixture of the true and the false, designed to mislead the reader. Fake News has been around as long as people have been telling each other stories. Take a look at how Paul dealt with an outbreak of Fake News that threatened to undo God's Good News in Jesus.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Resurrection! We celebrate Jesus' rising from the dead on Easter Sunday. But what does it really mean for you and me? Paul helps us see that Jesus' resurrection is the basis of absolutely everything else. It is nothing less than the beginning of God's New Creation.

The Garden Tomb
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
How do you like your stories? Neat and tidy? If so, Mark's story of the first people to visit Jesus' tomb will stretch you! The end of Mark's gospel is only the beginning.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
There is but one place where heaven and earth overlap: the Cross. To take the journey to that seemingly God-forsaken place is to find God's forgiveness and new life.

Pilate's Palace
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
All the forces of evil came crashing together when Jesus stood before the Roman governor to learn His fate. It was at that moment that Jesus became ransom for us all.

The High Priest's Palace
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
"Lead us not into temptation!" The night of Jesus' trial, this could have been Peter's prayer. Instead, he put himself where all he could do was fail. The same does not have to happen to you!

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam

The Upper Room
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
God is building His people to be His House in this world. But in order to do so, He had to first of all deal with all that ruined and destroyed that house since time began. That is what brings us to the Upper Room.

Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Jesus' final journey to the cross began in a little village called Bethany. Every stage of this journey was a test: a test of Jesus' love for us and faith in His Father in heaven, and a test of whether or not we will follow Him as King.

Special Guest
Pastor Michael Rivera
Pastor Michael Rivera shares the word

Chi Alpha
Missionary from Chi Alpha at UVM bring the message.

Building the House
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
God has called us to build His house here in the world. To do so, we need His power tools. But we can only build His house if we do so through His love.

Face to Face
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
There is only one way to describe the end of our journey into God's New Creation. We will see Him "face to face." And there is only one thing that will carry us all the way to that destination: God's powerful and matchless love.

A Better Way
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Did you know that you are meant to be part of Heaven's sound system in this world? And you will make God's presence known, but only if you are motivated by the same thing that defines Him: Love.

The Body of Christ
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
We were made to be a vital part of something much bigger than ourselves: The Body of Christ. Just as our bodies have various organs and parts but are all part of the same body with the same DNA, we, with all our differences are part of Christ's Body here on earth. And that means finding our place of service.

Rose Window
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
God created you so that His light and presence could shine through you into His world. Each of us is like a little piece of stained glass that the Holy Spirit places to make us -- together -- God's image bearers. We are God's Rose Window.

Our Grand Vocation
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
What is the most important thing you can ever do? What is your "grand vocation" in this life? It all comes down to one thing: reflecting God into His world. When we fail to do so, we give our power to counterfeit gods which are all too happy to come into our lives and make us their slaves. Time to get back to Our Grand Vocation!

On Purpose
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
You have been called to play a part in God's grand performance: the unveiling of His New Creation. He knew you long before you were born; He chose you for your role. And right now He is working in and through everything that happens in your life to make His purpose a reality.

What's in a name: Jesus
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
Who is your Champion? The third and most important name in the Christmas Story is the name of our Champion: Jesus.

What's in a name: Mary
Rev. Roland A. Ludlam
The Christmas Story is full of names that tell a bigger story. Meet Mary, whose name goes all the way back to Exodus and Moses' big sister. Both sang a song of God's salvation. Both can help us find our own new song.