Rev. Ryan Irmer preaches on John 12:20-28. Looking at the process of making bread, we consider our role in how we can deal with and be a part of change. How can God use our lives to lift up others around us.
Combined Worship of Monmouth & New Brunswick Presbyteries on Feb 14 with the Rev Dr Cleo La Rue, Princeton Theological Seminary’s Francis Landey Patton Professor of Homiletics, providing today's sermon
On Jan. 17, 2021, MLK Weekend, Rev Ryan Irmer preaches from John 1:43-51. We explore how coming to know who Jesus is will help us to make our world a better to live and expose distortions to Christianity such as "Christian Nationalism."
On Jan 3, 2021 Rev. Ryan Irmer preached "Hope & Help Are on the Way" based upon Jeremiah 31:7-14 at Slackwood Presbyterian Church. We hope you hear a word of hope despite living through such challenging circumstances.
Rev. Ryan Irmer provides a Christmas Homily on Dec. 24, 2020. Based on Luke 2:1-20 and concluding the sermon series "Names for Jesus", we hear a message about Jesus as our Savior. Merry Christmas everyone!
Sermon given by Rev Ryan Irmer on Nov. 29th, 2020, the first Sunday in Advent. It is the first from a sermon series, "Names for Jesus." Utilizing Matthew 1:18-23, we receive reassuring words on how Christ is always with us, regardless of time or circumstances.
Sermon given by Rev. Ryan Irmer on Nov. 22, 2020 from Hebrews 12:1-11. By looking at the Greek Word for "Hang in There", we examine how we are called to persevere during challenging times while also allowing Christ to be our teacher.