Sermon Archives

Check out recent meditations from Warner Memorial!

You can listen to, or download any sermon in our Sermon Archives by clicking on its title.  This will open a program player where you can listen to or download the sermon.  Access a pdf for each sermon by clicking on the attachment in the program player.  The archives goes back to June 27, 2010, but only the 12 most recent sermons will be displayed.  Click on the corresponding tab below to search for a specific sermon by referencing books of the Bible, speaker, or date.  Share the sermon with anyone you like by clicking on the ShareThis button at the top right of the program player.  This will give you a variety of options for sharing, such as email, Facebook, and Twitter.

Date Title Speaker
12/11/2016 On Display

What the glorious redemptive work of God looks like.

Kirby Lawrence Hill
12/4/2016 A Spirited Shoot

New life is coming that brings a certain spirit and deep knowledge of the Lord - what difference will that make?

Kirby Lawrence Hill
11/27/2016 The Light of the Lord

Those who seek God's light see where they are, where they are going, and see the reasons to have confidence in God's presence.

Kirby Lawrence Hill
12/20/2015 Fulfillment

What blessings come through believing in the promises of the Lord?

Kirby Lawrence Hill
12/13/2015 Why Are We Singing?

Why Are We Singing?

Kirby Lawrence Hill
12/7/2015 What Shall We See?

What will we see when God's saving action appears?

Kirby Lawrence Hill
11/29/2015 Abounding Love, Strengthened in Holiness

What is to be our focus when we think about the coming of our Lord?

Kirby Lawrence Hill
12/21/2014 A Powerful Combination

When we allow our lives to align with God’s plan, something powerful will happen.

Kirby Lawrence Hill
12/7/2014 Appropriate Preparation

How we prepare not for the season, but for the reason for the season.

Kirby Lawrence Hill
11/30/2014 Waiting for the Revelation

How our waiting for God can be instructive.

Kirby Lawrence Hill

Not everything that can be counted counts. Not everything that counts can be counted.

William Bruce Cameron