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I don't know about where you worship, but the most popular place to hear a word from God in our church is definitely the last pew. I can almost always count on the front pew being vacant, but there are folks who come early in order to stake out the very last pew. It must be the "sweet spot" for worship: the ideal location from which to hear and digest the pastor's sermon.
As our congregation at St. Andrew began to wrestle with ways to open up and extend outward our faith in Christ, it occurred to us that wherever you hear the good news about God's love is a "sweet spot". Whether you hear that news on your computer, through your i-pod earphones, from the cd player in your car, or sitting on the left side, fourth pew down Sunday morning—hearing the gospel and applying the gospel is what it is all about.
We have done the best we can to take the Sunday morning message and make it available to you as if you were sitting right in the middle of the last pew.
The best place to hear any sermon is in the context of worship and the best place to worship is among a diverse and supportive community of folks who are on the same journey we are. We would love to have you join our worship Sunday mornings at 8:45, 10:00, and 11:15 a.m. at St. Andrew. But if that is not possible, then let me encourage you to find a nice back pew somewhere closer to home. In the meantime, it is our prayer that you find something of the insight or inspiration you are looking for in the messages that are included here.