Sermons from May 2024

All-Consuming Presence (Romans 8:12-17) // Sunday, May 26, 2024

You, your family and friends may connect to our worship service in person in the Sanctuary on Zoom by clicking HERE or you can join us on YouTube at youtube.com/graceumcla! One of the central messages of the Christian faith that is most often overlooked is that Christ is present in and through all things, which means that everything is sacred, and every moment is holy. From Easter to Pentecost, we will explore the good news that Christ is risen—not just physically from the grave some…

A New Temple (Acts 2:1-21) // Sunday, May 19, 2024

You, your family and friends may connect to our worship service in person in the Sanctuary on Zoom by clicking HERE or you can join us on YouTube at youtube.com/graceumcla! One of the central messages of the Christian faith that is most often overlooked is that Christ is present in and through all things, which means that everything is sacred, and every moment is holy. From Easter to Pentecost, we will explore the good news that Christ is risen—not just physically from the grave some…

A Mother’s Prayer + Our Call to Answer (John 17:6-19) // Sunday, May 12, 2024

You, your family and friends may connect to our worship service in person in the Sanctuary on Zoom by clicking HERE or you can join us on YouTube at youtube.com/graceumcla! One of the central messages of the Christian faith that is most often overlooked is that Christ is present in and through all things, which means that everything is sacred, and every moment is holy. From Easter to Pentecost, we will explore the good news that Christ is risen—not just physically from the grave some…

Can I Call You Friend? (Acts 10:44-48 + John 15:9-17) // Sunday, May 5, 2024

You, your family and friends may connect to our worship service in person in the Sanctuary on Zoom by clicking HERE or you can join us on YouTube at youtube.com/graceumcla! One of the central messages of the Christian faith that is most often overlooked is that Christ is present in and through all things, which means that everything is sacred and every moment is holy. From Easter to Pentecost, we will explore the good news that Christ is risen—not just physically from the grave some…