Who Are You? The Great Quest

Read Matthew 5:6-12, Genesis 18:16-33 here Who knows who this is?  You may recognize him as the most interesting man in the world.  According to the TV commercials for the beverage he helped sell: He lives vicariously through himself. He once had an awkward moment, just to see how it feels. He is left-handed and ...

Come & See

"Come and see." It's a simple invitation to a small first step that becomes a grand adventure with Jesus.

Water We Here For?

The story of Jesus being baptized may be more familiar than our own baptism stories, especially if we were baptized as infants. Whether or not we remember the event, what do we need to remember about the meaning of baptism?

2020 Vision

On the day that we remember the star that led the magi to Jesus, we pass out pieces of paper cut into star shapes with a printed word to help us seek God's guidance in the new year.

December 29 Post-Christmas Worship

Watch the entire worship service here: https://www.facebook.com/upcsterling/videos/580760346037357/ On 5th Sundays we have family worship designed to engage all ages.  Since it was the Sunday after Christmas, we invited everyone to feel free to be casual, even in pajamas if they wanted, and some did.  Here's our worship outline from that day. I will recount the ...

God’s Love Story

Watch the entire service here including our flash pageant! Read Luke 2:1-20 here. When we tell the story we just enacted, we are talking about incarnation. A big word and a big concept.  What does it mean? In-carnation doesn’t mean these flowers.  Let’s say you go to Disneyland and you want some ice cream, and ...

Christmas Eve Worship 2019

Watch the entire service on Facebook here. For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord. – Luke 2:11 PRELUDE WELCOME & ANNOUNCEMENTS *CALL TO WORSHIP (Isaiah 9:2,6) Pastor Melissa We gather together to hear once more a story that is both ancient and current, ...

Magnifying Joy

Our text for Sunday is Mary's song of joy. It's called the Magnificat because that's the first word in Latin. Mary says, "Surely, from now on all generations will call me blessed" (Luke 1:48), and her song has been sung for generations. The Magnificat even has its own Wikipedia page. What song(s) do you like best for expressing your joy?

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