Missouri Synod Church in Downtown Memphis

Sermons

2nd Week in Lent 2017 – “Here and Now”

Second in a series of meditations on the Lord’s Prayer. “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” The gospels are filled with references to “Heavenly Kingdom” and “Kingdom of God”, but what exactly do these phrases mean? Trinity’s Deacon, Dr. Douglas Morrison, presents the amazing reality that we are living in the Kingdom here and now.

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3-12-2017 – “It’a All About Faith”

This Sunday, Rev. David Gadbaw from Mountain Home, Arkansas is leading our worship and sharing the blessings of the Lord’s Supper.  

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3-5-2017 – “Confusion”

Our Sunday Sermon delivered by Pastor Emeritus Phil Schmidt  

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1st Week in Lent 2017 – “Heavenly Father, Glory to Your Name”

First in a series of meditations on the Lord’s Prayer. Tonight we ponder just what we mean by Father, and how is it that we bestow honor? Deacon, Dr. Douglas Morrison, explores the many paradoxes of the Lenten season, and how they are resolved in Jesus Christ.  

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Ash Wednesday 2017 – “A Most Ingenious Paradox”

Two opposing, contradictory statements that, according to common sense, appear to be true.  Paradox!  In this Ash Wednesday sermon Trinity’s Deacon, Dr. Douglas Morrison, explores the many paradoxes of the Lenten season, and how they are resolved in Jesus Christ.  

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2-26-2017 – “Transformations”

Listen as Rev. Mark Gobel, pastor at Christ the King Lutheran, delivers today’s message.  

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2-19-2017 – “Foundations & Pedestals”

Listen as Trinity’s Deacon, Dr. Douglas Morrison, delivers today’s message.  

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2-5-2017 – “This Little Gospel Light Of Mine”

Today we celebrate the Feast of the Purification of Mary and the Presentation of Our Lord. Mary and Joseph bring the infant Jesus to the temple where they meet Simeon and the prophetess Anna. Listen as Trinity’s Pastor Emeritus, Rev. Phil Schmidt, delivers today’s sermon.  

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1-29-2017 “Imitation of Christ?”

  Trinity’s Deacon, Dr. Douglas Morrison, explains why imitation often hinders our faith . . . To hear additional sermons from the archive, click here

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1-1-2017 – “Shepherds? Really?”

Listen to Dr. Douglas Morrison’s message for New Year’s Day   To hear additional sermons from the archive, click here

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Christmas Day Sermon -The Joy of Jesus

Listen as Dr. Douglas Morrison delivers the message for Trinity’s Christmas Day Service. This is the Feast of the Nativity, the First Day of Christmas.

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10-30-2016 – “Watch the Road”

What motivates a thirty-three year old monk to start a revolution? It wasn’t a Restoration; a movement backward to reinstate what once was. A Reformation moves the Church forward to realize what could be. For a Church that’s always in Reformation, that means we watch the road… So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” They answered him, “We are offspring of Abraham and have never been enslaved to anyone. How is it that you say, ‘You will become free’?” ~ John 8:31-33 ________________________________ About the Preacher Josh Hatcher is a devoted husband and father, hopeless wonder-junkie, and the Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church – an open and caring, distinctly Lutheran, deeply sacramental and sometimes eclectic ministry in the heart of Downtown Memphis. Follow on Facebook

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