Being Disciples of Jesus During COVID-19. (March 15, 2020)
Resting in God During Uncertain Times: Centering Prayer (March 17, 2020)
Songs from Andrew and Bobi Bergh (3/21/20)
A note from Andrew and Bobi: “Here are a couple of songs that we recorded. The songs are Beautiful by Phil Wickham and No Longer Slaves by Bethel. Our thoughts for these songs is that even during a time such as this, we have a lot of opportunity to be reminded of God’s goodness through the beauty of nature and remembering that although there is mass hysteria in our world, we are not slaves to that fear. God is ultimately in control of everything and we are loved by him.”
Interactive Bible Story (3/21/20)
This is your Sunday “Not-A-Sermon”. Gather with the people in your home, or call a friend to watch along with you. Watch, participate, and enjoy!
You know….that thing you spend the bulk of your waking hours doing. Some of us have no work right now. Some of us have loads of work right now. Gather with your family, or call a friend and watch this interactive video. Pause it. Have the conversations. Do the activities. Enjoy!
Don’t Go Feral (4/2/20)
Enjoy this one!
Palm Sunday: Rosa, Miguel, & Arturo (4/5/20)
This one is an interactive story video! Gather with your family, or call a friend and watch this interactive video. Pause it. Have the conversations. Do the activities. Enjoy!
Easter 2020: “Endings & Beginnings”
For further reading on this topic:
The J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life by Paul E. Miller.
The Emotionally Healthy Leader by Peter Scazzero.
Emotionally Healthy Church by Peter Scazzero.
Emotionally Healthy Spiritualityby Peter Scazzero.
Praying Our Goodbyes by Joyce Rupp.
Easter Songs from Andrew & Bobi (4/12/2020)
Psalm 139 Mash-Up (4/18/20)
Your next “Sunday-Not- A-Sermon” includes input from many of you! Thank you to all who participated! Gather your family or call a friend, watch together, pause the video, discuss, and enjoy!
Listening Well…What’s That? (4/23/20)
This “Sunday-Not-A-Sermon” includes a game, so get ready!
Worship Songs from Jeff Sargent (5/4/20)
“My Parents Messed Me Up”…said nearly everyone. (5/10/20)
This one isn’t a slam on parents, rather it deals honestly with the complicated nature of our experiences as parents and children through the lens of God’s love.
Broken & Bruised (5/21/20)
Look at what everyone is going through. This is a hopeful reflection on two images from the Gospel of Matthew.
Facing New Chapters in Life (5/31/20)
You don’t want to miss this one! This is a celebration of the collective wisdom of Netarts Friends Church.
God is like … (7/19/20)
This video looks at how metaphors help us connect with God. Get ready to see familiar faces from the NFC family!
The Woman at the Well (8/9/20)
Hello friends. We are taking a couple Sundays to hear from other important voices. This sermon is from Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil. Brenda is Associate Professor of Reconciliation Studies at Seattle Pacific University, and the Associate Pastor of Preaching and Reconciliation at Quest Church in Seattle. Brenda is an important voice to keep listening to in this time of racial tension, and what she has to say about Jesus in this sermon is very important!
This is our second Sunday to listen to important voices of others. What A.J. Swoboda has to say about Sabbath is crucial, insightful, and will cause you to chuckle.
A.J. is a fascinating person, a graduate of George Fox Seminary and a PhD from the University of Birmingham (UK). His research was on the never ending relationship between the Holy Spirit and ecology (the environment).
He’s local. He makes his home in Eugene, OR. He has served as pastor and leader at numerous churches in Oregon, and as the campus pastor of the University of Oregon. He serves(ed) as professor at Bushnell University, Fuller Seminary, Northwest Christian University, Kilns College, and George Fox Seminary. He’s the author of numerous books. Enjoy!
Thanksgiving 2020 Worship: (11/29/20)
This one is titled “Enough”. Thank you to everyone in the Netarts Friends Church family who participated!