Midway Christian Church, as Disciples of Christ, believes that as people of faith it is important to ground ourselves in the Word of God. Part of our worship experience reflects this understanding. Each week during our Sunday morning worship services, Pastor Heather McColl delivers a sermon that has been carefully crafted after spending time in study, reading over the chosen text, and praying over the chosen text. The resulting sermon is designed to share the word of love and grace which God is bringing to our community of faith.
There are many heroes of the faith, people we admire and wish to be. However, there are even more ordinary people of faith—those doing what they can with what they have to make a difference.
In this series, Pastor McColl’s sermons will dig deep into the stories of the heroes often overlooked in our biblical narratives, hoping these characters remind us that we all play a role in shaping God’s story of redemption and grace.
August 1, 2021
July 11, 2021
This series is inspired by Amos, a prophet whose message is that God calls us to let “justice roll down like waters.” Worship without justice is not acceptable, rather our songs must move us to action on behalf of the oppressed. Through the powerful music of Mark Miller, this series will offer us reflection and renewed inspiration to let our voices be tuned to the heart of the Gospel – proclaiming God’s love for all people. What prejudices are we challenged to “give up,” and further, how are we willing to give of ourselves for the sake of the world?
April 25, 2021
Guest Preacher: Ambrose Wilson
April 18, 2021 (Earth Sunday)
“Climate Migration: What is the Church’s Response?”
Genesis 41: 53—42: 5; Luke 9: 51-58
Guest Preacher: Dr. Leah Schade
* The reproduction or use of any part of these sermons without the expressed written permission of Midway Christian Church is prohibited. The online availability of these sermons does not express this permission. Not all material included in these sermons are original to Midway Christian Church or our ministers. Where crediting outside sources is possible, quotation marks are used..