Today is Palm Sunday – but it is more properly Palm/Passion Sunday. That “slash” between Palm and Passion is important. It is a reminder that there is risk involved in taking the side of the marginalized. There is danger in trying to upset the status quo. And just when you think you’ve won your point and gathered your crowd, you discover you are left alone again. Follow the entire service in the video here, or go at your own pace with portions of the service provided below. Note that when available, the video has a “Closed Caption” transcript, accessible by clicking the CC button atRead More →

How are you marked as a follower of Jesus? Maybe it’s a hidden tattoo, a cross in the pocket, or it’s “written on the heart” – a personal reminder of being called by God to be God’s people. Others see in our behavior that we are God’s people.  Philip, our guest on Good Morning Morgan Hill, has a lot of questions about how things that are hidden, like wheat in the dirt, grow and “bear much fruit.” Follow the entire service in the video here, or go at your own pace with portions of the service provided below. Note that when available, the video hasRead More →

What does a snake on a pole have to do with Jesus?  And how are grumbling Israelites of Moses’s time related to the people of Jesus’s day – and to us?  In Good Morning Morgan Hill, and in our sermon, we’ll hear an inquisitive fellow named Nicodemus try to sort it all out. Follow the entire service in the video here, or go at your own pace with portions of the service provided below. Note that when available, the video has a “Closed Caption” transcript, accessible by clicking the CC button at the bottom of the video window. The Opening Hymn sets the mood forRead More →

Today we talk about an angry Jesus.  Good Morning Morgan Hill even has an on-site reporter to tell us what happened!  When Jesus overturned the money-changing tables in the Jerusalem temple, he was focusing his anger on the right things. Our work is to fix what’s wrong in our world and to aim our anger at unjust and broken systems. Follow the entire service in the video here, or go at your own pace with portions of the service provided below. Note that when available, the video has a “Closed Caption” transcript, accessible by clicking the CC button at the bottom of the video window.Read More →