The Unity of the Church, John 17:20-26

“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 […]


Our Need for Prophets, 2 Samuel 12:1-15a

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 […]


The Year of the Authorities, Exodus 20:1-17

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.


Advent as Warfare: The Wartime Virtue of Patience, 1 Timothy 1:15-17, 2 Peter 3:8-10a, James 5:7-11, Ephesians 4:1-3, Luke 8:4-15

“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.


2020 Covenant High School Service – Report from Principal Miller

Sunday evening was our annual Covenant High School service, which celebrates and spotlights the importance of Christian education and highlights the partnership between CHS and Faith Presbyterian Church. Principal David Miller gave a report, Hannah Scott presented an encomium of Monica, and Pastor Nicoletti preached on Christian education from Proverbs 9.