“Live Like the LORD Lives”

Jae NewmanSermon

Arbor House is a community of Northgate Free Methodist Church in Batavia, NY

As most of you know, about a month ago I had some back issues, which landed me in an ambulance on the way to Unity. It was humbling, to say the least, to be unable … Read More

Palm Sunday

Gloria RoordaSermon

Arbor House is a community of Northgate Free Methodist Church in Batavia, NY

A revolution was in the air. Jesus had been ministering for three years; teaching, healing the sick, having conversations about the kingdom of God with people who normally wouldn’t be included in those conversations, welcoming … Read More

Fifth Sunday in Lent

Chris LandonSermon

Arbor House is a community of Northgate Free Methodist Church in Batavia, NY

When I was researching the psalms of lament for a paper that I was writing I came across a few quotes that struck me as being quite profound. They are from two very different sources … Read More

Second Sunday in Lent

Gloria RoordaSermon

Arbor House is a community of Northgate Free Methodist Church in Batavia, NY

Lent. Growing up, my family didn’t practice observing it, in fact, I don’t know if I ever even heard it talked about. So at first it felt weird.

The First Sunday in Lent

Chris LandonSermon

Arbor House is a community of Northgate Free Methodist Church in Batavia, NY

From an early age my theology, my understanding of God and the Bible was deeply and intimately informed by an animated cucumber and tomato. My summers were inundated with Veggietales.

Transfiguration Sunday

Gloria RoordaSermon

Arbor House is a community of Northgate Free Methodist Church in Batavia, NY

Today we celebrate Jesus’ Transfiguration on the mountain with Peter, James, and John as his witnesses. This is a pivotal Sunday in the church year.

The Shema

Chris LandonSermon

Arbor House is a community of Northgate Free Methodist Church in Batavia, NY

No Old Testament topic is more likely to put a majority of a congregation to sleep faster than a sermon about “The Law.” Perhaps genealogies, but who really preaches about those?