Parallel Realties John 20:19-31 Our Holy Week worship services deeply inspired me. First was our powerful Palm Sunday procession with Andrew working his drums and the palm branches brushing against the lights up there. Good Friday touched me deeply. So, … Continue reading
You can see this sermon and part of our service on our Facebook page. You can download the .pdf Sermon Notes just above this text. The One Thing We Do Better than God Matthew 18:21-35 November 7, 2021 Part 1 … Continue reading →
You can see this and previous sermons along with the Sunday’s prayers and music on our Facebook page, Congregational Church of Northridge-UCC Where is God in the midst of a tragedy? Pastor Roger explores this challenging topic. The Kingdom is … Continue reading →
You can see this and previous sermons along with the Sunday’s prayers and music on our Facebook page, Congregational Church of Northridge-UCC Sin Is Never A Private Matter Luke 17:1-10 October 11, 2010 “Sin is never a private matter,” warned … Continue reading →
You can see this and previous sermons on our Facebook page, Congregational Church of Northridge-UCC Forgiven and Forgiving Luke 7:36-50 August 30, 2020 There was an interesting finding by the Pew Research Center in response to revelations of the massive … Continue reading →
God’s Got You Covered Psalm 32 August 11, 2019 The famous British playwright and humorist Noel Coward, once played an interesting prank. He sent identical notes to twenty famous men in London: “Everybody has found out what you are doing. … Continue reading →
Life-Changing Forgiveness January 20, 2019 Matthew 18:21-35 Roger Barkley Congregational Church of Northridge We’re spending the first couple of weeks of the new year talking about how we can reorient our spirits so that we will be more fully alive … Continue reading →
The heart of Jesus’ message if forgiveness … but what does that mean, and how do we do it? Pastor Roger Barkley shares a powerful story about a corrupt cop and black man wrongly accused of drug possession.
Forgiveness can be hard and unreasonable … even scandalous. But forgiveness is the key to the Kingdom of God. The sermon begins with Terri Rupel reading from Ephesians 4.
Pam read the morning’s scripture from Galatians, followed by Roger’s message about being set free from shame. SERMON 1.11.15 Set Free