Sermons from First Presbyterian Church in Lincoln, Nebraska, where faith is nurtured, curiosity encouraged, diversity welcomed, and all are loved. We value a faith that thinks critically about who we are and how we are called to make a difference in this world. We are a church in the Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA) denomination.
This sermon was preached when we were unable to worship in person, due to the coronavirus pandemic. As we learned how to be a church without a building, it raised the question - what if we never got the building back? Preached by Rev. Dr. Sue Coller
Are we called to be imitators, or reflectors of Christ? Are we counterfeitors, or are we the real thing? A sermon on Philippians 2:5-8, reminding us that we are not called to be perfect, but we are called to be genuine. By Pastor Sue Coller, March 22, 2020
"Who is Jesus?" is one of the most important questions of faith. Even Jesus' disciples stumbled over that question, and repeatedly we hear Jesus say to them, "You just don't get it!" We explore in this sermon how Jesus didn't embrace the pyramid structure of the society of his day, and instead set table where there was a place for everyone.
This sermon was preached Sunday, March 15, 2020 at First Presbyterian Church, Lincoln Nebraska.