Third Sunday Sermon Videos


Attention Preachers:
If you need a break in the coming months, members of the Presbytery will be providing one recorded sermon per month.  
Grace Lindvall’s sermon for Sunday, May 15th

“We’re All Just Walking Each Other Home”
based on John 17:6-13

Going forward the sermons will be available in the first week of each month and written specifically for the 3rd Sunday of each month,
although they can be used anytime. Our upcoming preacher is Phanta Lansden.

*If you would like to receive the videos in .mp4 format, please Email Tamara Williams at: and she will Email them to you via WeTransfer.

Previous Videos:

Links to videos of Robert Alexander’s sermon, “Peace Be With You”, from April 18th, based on Luke 24: 36b-48. 
Call to Worship: 

Scripture and Sermon:

Charge and Benediction

Links to videos of Anna Rainey Dickson’s sermon “The Blessing of Wilderness”, for Sunday, February 21st, based on Exodus 17:1-7
Call To Worship:

Scripture and Sermon:

Charge and Benediction:

Links to videos of Gail Henderson Belsito’s sermon for Sunday, January 17, 2021 based on 1 Samuel 3:1-10.
Call to Worship:

Scripture and Sermon: “A Close Call”

Charge and Benediction

Links to videos of Alice Ridgill’s sermon for Sunday, December 20, 2020, based on Psalm 89:1-4 and Luke 1:26-38 (NRSV)
Scripture and Sermon: “God Is With Us”

Charge and Benediction

Links to videos of Jan Edmiston’s sermon and benediction from Reign of Christ Sunday 2020:
Scripture and Sermon “Living Like a King”:

Jan’s Charge and Benediction: 

Links to videos of Jan’s sermon and benediction on Psalm 23 are available below:
Jan Edmiston’s Sermon “Thou Art With Me”

Jan Edmiston’s Benediction

Links to videos of Alice’s sermon and benediction on I Kings 17: 7-16 :

Alice Ridgill’s Scripture Reading
I Kings 17: 7-16

Alice Ridgill’s Sermon “God Will Provide”

Alice Ridgill’s Benediction


With the endorsement of Presbytery Council, we strongly encourage our congregations to continue gathering for virtual worship only, due to the rise in COVID-19 cases in our seven counties.

We concur with the Rev. Dr. J. Herbert Nelson, Stated Clerk of the Presbyterian Church USA, who wrote in December 2020, “People are dying. We should choose life and life more abundantly as our Scripture requires. We recognize that church is not a building. We are able to worship remotely, and we’ve found opportunities to have worship through other venues that do not require us to leave our homes.”

God calls us to be faithful in these times and in all times, and we believe that it is most faithful to be safe and to protect the most vulnerable among us. If you need support in these days, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Rev. Dr. Jan Edmiston, General Presbytery & Rev. Dr. Alice Ridgill, Associate General Presbyter