Pastor Gutierrez’s evening sermon is “Rebuking Presumption” from Matthew 3:1-17.
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “Following without Foreknowledge” from John 21:18-25.
Jeff David begins a new series in the Adult Sunday School on “Kingdom, Covenants, and Canon in the Old Testament.”
Pastor Nicoletti’s evening sermon is “Biblical Justice” from Micah 1:1-2:13.
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “Loving Jesus and His Sheep” from John 21:15-19.
Part 19 of Elder Mike Pfefferle’s Sunday School series on the Trinity.
Pastor Nicoletti’s evening sermon is “Wind vs Word” from Micah 1:1-2:3.
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “Fishing with the Risen Lord” from John 21:1-14.
Part 18 of Elder Mike Pfefferle’s Sunday School series on the Trinity.
Pastor Gutierrez’s evening sermon is “Egypt and Israel: The Sequel” from Matthew 2:1-23.
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “Believing Thomas” from John 20:24-31.
Part 17 of Elder Mike Pfefferle’s Sunday School series on the Trinity.
Pastor Rayburn preaches our evening sermon on “A Neglected Chapter in the History of Redemption: The Forty Days” from Luke 24:36-49.
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “The Scarred Savior and Kintsugi Christians” from John 19:19-23.
Part 16 of Elder Mike Pfefferle’s Sunday School series on the Trinity.
Pastor Nicoletti reads three sermons on Easter from great Christians throughout history, before having the congregation guess the authors.
Pastor Nicoletti brings us an Easter Sunday sermon on the resurrection of Christ, continuing his series in the Gospel of John with John 19:40-20:18.
We welcome Ross Hauck, the Director of Music at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Issaquah, to lead a service of Scripture and song, including a message on “The Essential, Unquenchable Song of the Saints.”
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon considers the period of time while Jesus lay in the grave, from John 19:38-42.
Part 15 of Elder Mike Pfefferle’s Sunday School series on the Trinity.
This Sunday evening, Pastor Nicoletti uses inspiration from the book of Hebrews to consider the life of one of the church’s great saints, Patrick of Ireland.
This morning’s sermon from Pastor Nicoletti is on “The Church & the Cross” from John 19:23-37.
Part 14 of Elder Mike Pfefferle’s Sunday School series on the Trinity.
We welcome the Rev. Jason Davison, Pastor of Children, Youth, & Families at Grace Church Seattle (PCA), to Christ’s pulpit here at Faith Presbyterian Church this evening.
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “Guilt & the Cross” from John 19:23-27.
Part 13 of Elder Mike Pfefferle’s Sunday School series on the Trinity.
Pastor Nicoletti considers “The Consequences of Sin” from 2 Samuel 12:1-31.
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is on the crucifixion of Christ, “The King on the Cross” from John 19:16b-22.
Pastor Gutierrez begins a new series of sermons on Matthew, considering “Jesus’ Family” from Matthew 1:1-25.
Pastor Nicoletti continues to examine the trial of Jesus with “Clashing Kingdoms” from John 19:1-16a.
“Hear this word and believe it. Hear it with joy and gladness. Let your bones that were broken with sorrow rejoice in your salvation.” Pastor Nicoletti’s evening sermon is on David’s repentance from 2 Samuel 12.
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is from Christ’s oft-quoted phrase, “My kingdom is not of this world,” in John 18:28-40.
“And at the same time he also does not do anything particularly heroic. He preaches no sermon. He does not seek to join Jesus in being on trial himself. But he is there, and he lets it be known that he is a follower of Jesus, and he trusts the Lord, come what may. ” […]
Pastor Rayburn preaches the evening sermon on the fact of sin from I Kings 8:46 and other passages.
Pastor Nicoletti preaches in the morning service on “Injustice and the Trial of Jesus” from John 18:12-28a.
The Rev. Brant Bosserman, church planting minister at Trinitas Prebyterian Church in Woodinville and an adjunct professor of philosophy at Northwest University, preaches on Leviticus 14:1-32: “Life for the Leper.”
“We are called to protect the unborn with the law when possible. But we are called to protect the unborn with the gospel always.” Pastor Nicoletti’s evening sermon is on “The Need for Both Law and Grace in Protecting the Unborn” from Exodus 20:13.
“Jesus has prayed for our unity. Jesus has died for our unity. Let us not dare to devalue it in our hearts, in our lives or in our congregation. But relying on his love for us, let us love one another, and together, let us love Christ above all.” Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “The […]
Pastor Nicoletti’s evening sermon is on “Our Need for Prophets” from 2 Samuel 12:1-15a. What do our culture, our congregation, King David, and our own hearts all have in common? They will all perish if they refuse to hear the prophetic voices the Lord sends to them. In this sermon, Pastor Nicoletti considers the very […]
Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is on “Trinitarian Salvation, Trinitarian Mission” from John 17:6-19.
The Rev. Pete Williamson, director of Great Commandments Ministries and missions director at Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church in Yakima, preaches on “The Heart of Generosity” from 2 Corinthians 8:1-15.
Pastor Gutierrez preaches on “Walking by the Spirit: The Fruit of Self-Control” from Galatians 5:13-26.
The Rev. Mike Kelly, director of the Northwest Church Planting Network and associate minister at Trinity Church Seattle, brings the Word of God to Christ’s pulpit at Faith Presbyterian Church this evening. His sermon is “The Year of the Authorities” from Exodus 20:1-17.
“That is knowing God. That is eternal life. That is the goal of everything.” Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon discusses how to know God through Jesus Christ, on “What Is the Goal?” from John 17:1-5.
The Rev. Jonathan Finlayson, pastoral resident at Trinity Church Seattle, preaches the evening sermon on “All Things Under His Feet” from Ephesians 1:19-23.
Pastor Gutierrez’s morning sermon is “Building a Heart for Heaven” from Matthew 6:19-34.
“Let us hear the heavenly proclamation: Christ is born. Let us exhort one another to apply that proclamation to our lives. Let us respond together with active faith. Let us share the good news with others. And let us respond to it all by glorifying and praising God for it all.” Pastor Nicoletti’s evening sermon […]
“Joseph gives us a picture…of what it means to live according to the ways of the Kingdom of Heaven, while still dwelling in the kingdom of this world.” Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “Advent as Warfare: Fools for Christ in Spiritual Battle” from Matthew 1:18-25.
“This is the greatest comfort we could ever ask for. Not only to know that one day God will end all our warfare once and for all, but that he cares intimately about our suffering and our greatest moments of need now. When we have nothing to cling to, not our health, loved ones, our […]
“If living between the advents of Christ – between the comings of Christ – is to live in the midst of a spiritual battlefield, then patience is a wartime virtue that we will need.” Pastor Nicoletti’s morning sermon is “Advent as Warfare: The Wartime Virtue of Patience,” considering several texts.