Welcome to our sermon media page!  We are a theologically progressive church that focuses on social justice issues and understanding how to be in better relationship with God, self, and others. Take a listen  - we would love for you to come worship with us on Sunday mornings at 10:00AM!

2019 Stewardship Series using "Beyond the Offering Plate" book

  • November 3: Time: Clocks and Calendars

  • November 10: Spirit: Stewarding Spiritual Gifts

  • November 17: Money and Finances: Practicing Generosity as a Way of Life

  • November 24: Community: Investing Social Capital as an Act of Faith

Mental Health: A Critical Part of Our Spiritual Health

  • September 22: Let's Be Real and Stop Pretending

  • September 29: Suicide: We Need to Talk About It

  • October 6: More Than Just our Spiritual Wellbeing

  • Oct. 20: Risking Yourself for a Relationship

  • Oct. 27: Accepting Yourself and Others

Gospel on Broadway

  • August 25: The Lion King: Remember, who you are (Sorry! No recording.)

  • September 1: Wicked: Friends with the Other

  • September 8: Phantom of the Opera: Dreaming of Something Different

  • September 15: Hamilton: Are You Living a Story Worth Telling?


The Conners: A Series on Class, Money, Faith, and Empathy

Jan. 6: Empathy: Walking in Someone Else's Shoes - Rev. Nathan Adams

Jan. 13: Different Doesn't Equal Wrong or Enemy - Rev. Ben David Hensley

Jan. 20: More Alike than we Care to Admit - Rev. Angie Kotmoyer

Jan. 27: When Does Culture Become our Own? - Rev. Nathan Adams

Park Hill UMC and Temple Micah Joint Service 2019

October 13: Welcoming our Sukkah Guests and Cloud of Witnesses

The Tension that is Pride Celebration

June 17: The Tension that is Pride Celebration - Rev. Lauren Chance-Boyd and Rev. Angie Kotzmoyer

Women Leading The Way

June 24: Rahab, the Woman Who Risked Her Life - Rev. Angie Kotzmoyer

July 1: Tamar, the Woman with No Choice - Rev. Morgan Fletcher

July 8: Ruth, an Inspiring Woman of Faith - Rev. Nathan Adams

July 15: Mary, the Mother of the Son - Rev. Nathan Adams

July 22: Bathsheba, the Woman with No Voice - Rev. Angie Kotzmoyer


Exploring the Intersection of Race, Faith, and Life.

Park Hill UMC has a rich history of being a multi-racial congregation where all people are welcome. We continue this tradition with our Black-ish sermon series, that’ll use the hit television show to guide our conversation. We cover such topics as identity, privilege, anger, the words we use and how we might move forward together.


Text: Isaiah 52:1-12

Title: Joyful and Beautiful Feet

Theme: As Christians, it is an honor and privilege to share and live out the Good News of Jesus. How beautiful are your feet?

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