Sermons

Explore Messages from past services

Feel free to peruse this collection of sermons given by Rev. Rebecca Luter and visiting pastors and preachers at Farmington Presbyterian.  Have a favorite message or want to hear one again?  Missed a Sunday?  Or maybe you simply want to know more about us.  Listen, download, read, and share freely.

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December 08 2019

Longings and Expectations

Everyone has a dream, a hope, a longing, an emptiness they carry. For Ralphie Parker, it was a “official Red Ryder carbine action, 200-shot, range model air rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing that tells time.” For Simeon, it was too see God’s salvation, a light that would reveal God to the Gentiles and bring God’s glory for Israel.

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December 01 2019

Splendor and Light

The hope Isaiah prophesies is heard by the Israelites like Clark Griswold's hope is heard by his family. Where have you lost hope? Hear again God's promise to fearful hearts, "Be strong, do not fear; your God will come."

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November 24 2019

The Days Are Surely Coming

On Christ the King Sunday we pause and reflect on how we are doing at following Jesus – not just in our church attendance and our giving patterns and our participation in mission and service – in our society, as Americans, as world citizens.

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November 10 2019

A Home for Your Family with a Heart for God’s World

On of the most important questions we can ask ourselves is, "Where am I going, and what do I need to do today to get there?"

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November 04 2019

Lord of the Dance

How and when is God’s Kingdom coming? What will it look like?

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October 29 2019

Always Made New

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October 25 2019

Jesus Is Kingdom on Earth

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October 13 2019

A New Earth

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October 09 2019

Our Daily Bread

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