The centerpiece of every worship service is a sermon — a message based on a Bible passage. These sermons are preached because God Himself has revealed Himself in history, as recorded in his Word, and so we preach what God has first spoken. Given that, our sermons aren’t speculations about God, his nature, will, or ways; rather, they’re a witness to, and an explanation of, what God has revealed to us about Himself, humanity, our world, His Son and the good news of the gospel.
The people who preach at SPC are dependent, broken, and fault-ridden human beings who are glad to bear bold witness to the infinite, mighty, holy and merciful Lord of heaven and earth. If not for the fact that God Himself has commanded us to preach, our preaching would be presumptuous. But he has commanded us to preach, and so we listen to the reading of God’s Word and the message which follows with care. As you listen to a sermon, ask God to speak to you through the preaching of his Word. And if things are said that aren’t clear to you, feel free to speak with the preacher after the service or connect with him by email or phone.