Audio Sermons

Welcome to Fauntleroy Church, United Church of Christ. In this area of our web site you will find sermons preached in our sanctuary, mostly on Sunday mornings (we worship at 10 a.m.). Most often the preacher is Eric Dale our Interim Senior Pastor, but here and there you'll find some guests. Preaching is an important part of our worship service. Sermons explore God's word, not only in the scripture (including both the Hebrew Scripture and the Christian testament), but for us here and now.

Our congregation likes to learn and grow, and these sermons try to speak to that desire. The sermons are usually based on The Revised Common Lectionary, a series of four lessons that are given for particular Sundays of the year. They are set within a context of worship that includes hymns and prayers and litanies that relate us to God.

To listen to a sermon, click the MP3 icon . Your computer will open your media player and play a digital recording of the sermon.

Note: You can also download an audio sermon file onto your computer or MP3 player, such as an iPod. Be aware that these files are approximately 7 to 8 megabytes each. We will remove the audio files from the web site after six weeks to save space on our web server.

Recordings of complete services are available on compact disc (CD). To borrow a CD, contact the church office at 206-932-5600.

Date Click Link Preacher Title Reading
September 28, 2014 MP3 Rev. Eric Dale with Henry Hossner, Sabrina Burgess-Garrett, Maddie Caldwell, Teagan Gaither "Life-Giving Water" Exodus 17:1-7; Philippians 2:1-13
September 21, 2014 MP3 Amber Blake "A Pool of Water in the Wilderness" Luke 10:25-37; Isaiah 41:17-20
September 14, 2014 MP3 Rev. Cameron Sharp "Honoring Our God" Genesis 50:15-21; Romans 14
September 7, 2014 MP3 Rev. Eric Dale "Remember, Restore, Renew" Psalm 119:33-40; Exodus 12-1-14
August 31, 2014 MP3 Rev. Eric Dale Reflections on faith and the work week Psalm 26:1-8; Romans 12:9-21; Matthew 16:21-28
August 17, 2014 MP3 Rev. Eric Dale "Breaking Through Barriers" Isaiah 56:1, 6-8; Matthew 15:21-28