Epiphany and too much of a good thing...

On Epiphany Sunday we looked at the story of the Holy Family fleeing (Matthew 2:1-23) Israel to Egypt to escape Herod, a king threatened (by a baby). Pastor Cara Scriven looks at parallells between this story and that of Moses who led God's people to freedom from Egypt and its ruler.

Pastor Cara asks us how things in our lives, good when first experienced, can also trap us. Looking particularly at The United Methodist Church's upcoming General Conference, she wonders aloud if we'll choose to be a church that liberates, or one that traps people in the past.

On Epiphany Sunday we looked at the story of the Holy Family fleeing (Matthew 2:1-23) Israel to Egypt to escape Herod, a...

Posted by Puyallup United Methodist Church on Sunday, January 6, 2019

The Adventure Begins: The Ten Commandments

On Sunday, Pastor Cara Scriven continued our current sermon series, "The Adventure Begins" with an exploration of the Ten Commandments as found in Exodus 19:3-7; 20:1-17.

Instead of understanding them as a way for an individual to get right with God, Pastor Cara shares how they are best understood as a means to develop healthy, holistic, community for us all.

The Adventure Begins: The Ten Commandments

On Sunday, Pastor Cara Scriven continued our current sermon series, "The Adventure Begins" with an exploration of the Ten Commandments as found in Exodus 19:3-7; 20:1-17. Instead of understanding them as a way for an individual to get right with God, she shares how they are best understood as a means to develop healthy, holistic, community for us all.

Posted by Puyallup United Methodist Church on Monday, October 8, 2018