Seekers recognizes that any member of the community may be called upon by God to give us the Word, and thus we have an open pulpit with a different preacher each week. Sermons preached at Seekers, as well as sermons preached by Seekers at other churches or events, are posted here, beginning with the most recent.
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Feel free to use what is helpful from these sermons. We only ask that when substantial portions are abstracted or used in a written work, please credit Seekers Church and the author, and cite the URL.
Pat Conover: How Much Do You Make and How Much Wealth Do You Have?
August 18, 1996
The point question that Seekers needs to answer as we consider relocation is “How much can we afford?”
Murial S. Lipp: Faith
August 11, 1996
The subject this morning is faith. This is a hard subject to define. Its meaning, like when you try to pick up wet noodles, keeps getting away from you. But like love, you know it when you see it.
Rozanne Oliver: On a Summer Journey: Wet, Green, Painful, Creative
August 04, 1996
Today we celebrate the beginning of an adventure in the life of our community, especially for the nine or ten of us who leave for El Salvador Thursday morning.
Trish Nemore: Talking about Boys
July 14, 1996
I want to talk today about expanding opportunities for boys in two arenas: first, in terms of what our culture names, in our bipolar gender language, as feminine and second, in expanding our understanding of the so-called masculine virtues of courage, toughness and strength.
Marjory Zoet Bankson: Seekers’ Pentecostal Roots
July 07, 1996
20 years ago this week, Peter and I came to this church for the first time. I remember because our household goods were delivered the day before the Nation’s Bicentennial and we watched a few of the highest fireworks from our back porch the next day. Having read about Church of the Saviour in FAITH AT WORK magazine and taught from Elizabeth O’Connor’s Eighth Day of Creation while we were in Kansas, we looked forward to being part of this creative community.