Sermon Series

Reveille UMC
Learn more about our current and upcoming Sermon Series:
Summer Sermon Series
July 16-August 20, 2017
Broken: Good News for Tough Times
Paul's letter to the Romans is addressed to people he had never met, in the hopes of encouraging and building up this community to which he dreamed of traveling. He knew the Christian life was a perilous one, and the world in which the church was growing and spreading was unpredictable and increasingly diverse. In this series covering some of the letter's most intriguing and inspiring passages, we learn how God sustains us in the midst of brokenness, both within and without, helping us find wholeness and unity, no matter what crises we are facing.
Previous Sermon Series
December 24, 2015 - February 7, 2016
Searching for Jesus     Details
February 14-March 27
The Inward Life and Everyday Living      Details
April 3-17
Reclaiming Sunday: Sabbath and Christian Simplicity     Details
May 1-22 
On Death: What it Means to Truly Live     Details
May 29-July 3 
The Outsiders: Living as a Christian in the Real World      Details
July 10-September 4
Wonderful Words of Life     Details
September 11-October 9
The Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations     Details
October 16-November 6
Stewardship: What the Bible Says About Money     Details
November 27-December 18
A Season of Peace: The Voice of the Prophet Isaiah     Details
January 8-February 19, 2017
God's Plan for Your Life: Explore the ways in which God invites people like us into the holy work of changing the world.   Details
March 5-April 9, 2017
The Company He Keeps: Our 2017 Lenten Journey
Who were the people who Jesus encountered in his life and ministry? How are they like us, and what can we learn from them? Details
April 23-May 21, 2017
The Gospel According to Calvin and Hobbes
Five Sermon’s illustrated by Bill Watterson’s beloved comic strip focuses on ethics, human nature, good and evil, and a boy and his tiger. 
June 4-July 9, 2017
God's Creative Connection
God works creatively to redeem humanity, restoring the created order to its original status, and reconnecting what we have divided.