Sermon – You Are Worthy- Pastor Paisley Le Roy

May 1, 2022– I remember so clearly when I began to sense that God was calling me to ministry. It wasn’t Saul’s sudden flash of light, blinding him for days. It wasn’t in the disciples’ miraculous catch of fish that happens right before today’s passage. I was though in wind.  Rushing over the top of a mountain.

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Sermon – Easter- Pastor Paisley Le Roy

April 17, 2022– The women returned to the disciples to tell what they had found “but these words seemed to them an idle tale and they did not believe them.” I don’t know about you, but I can resonate with the disciple’s disbelief. I can understand how their words would seem like an idle tale. I mean they had just experienced the brutal murder of their friend, their lord, and their teacher. They had all just spent the sabbath in grief. Or rather, in shock by all that had happened. The women had traveled only hours ago to the tomb, carrying spices to complete the burial ritual. Jesus was dead. They had seen it with their own eyes.

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Sermon – We Are Worthy- Pastor Paisley Le Roy

March 20, 2022– This is my asparagus fern. She is very small. We bought her because she looked like a tiny Christmas tree, incredibly adorable. But one morning I woke up and there was dirt in my bed. I saw dirt in the hallway. Dirt in the living room. A clump of roots… and the asparagus fern, de-potted, sitting on its side, crushed and broken… the saddest thing in the world. And then I saw it… my cat Cricket sitting next to it, looking devious and proud. She had defeated her defenseless prey.

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Sermon – Waiting- Pastor Paisley Le Roy

February 20, 2022– Now, these last few months I have learned a lot about waiting.Once upon a time, I was a chaplain, then an intern and now a pastor. So I have accompanied many families as they wait: for a diagnosis,  for the birth of a child, the death of a loved one.  I have been with families in difficult times between death and funerals.  I’ve sat next to people as their loved ones were in surgery. Each of these experiences has taught me something about the nature of waiting.  But it is different when it is you waiting.    

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