Our teaching and preaching at Trinity Heights UMC are grounded in Scripture, Christian tradition, experience, and reason. These four approaches are rooted in our Methodist identity and guide our theological reflection as together we seek to understand God, God’s movement, and God’s will for us in the world.
In the midst of current practices of physical distancing due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we have moved our worship online. Rather than post recent sermons here, we invite you to click here to visit our Youtube channel to see the most recent worship experiences created by our pastor(s) and leaders.
The following sermons and/or series have been selected by Rev. Lynn Bartlow to be of appropriate interest at this time. You can visit the sermon archive for other, older sermons.
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Unafraid (2019 series)
Unafraid… Or are we? (January 13, 2019 – text only)
In the first of a series of sermons drawing from Rev. Adam Hamilton’s book Unafraid, Rev. Lynn shares a word of hope based from Isaiah 43 and Numbers 13.
Click here to download a .pdf of this sermon. (There is no audio for this message.)
Unafraid 2: Fear of the Other (January 20, 2019)
Unafraid 3: Fear of Disappointing (January 27, 2019)