Easter Sunday Sermon -  "In Jesus' Resurrection There Is Hope for You" (April 4, 2021)

In His resurrection from the dead, Jesus has won the great victory for all mankind, conquering once for all the Tomb, our true enemy. In this sermon, we consider what this victory means for us and how we can find in it true and lasting hope.

 

Sermon preached by Pastor Aaron Vergin at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Preached on Easter Sunday (April 4, 2021).

Maundy Thursday Sermon -  "Holy Communion: The True Passover of Christ" (April 1, 2021)

Over three thousand years ago, the people of Israel gathered in their homes to eat the Passover, while God struck down the firstborn of Egypt to set them free. Then, on the night of His betrayal, as our Lord gathered in the Upper Room to observe this Passover with His disciples, He instituted a new meal: Holy Communion. In this sermon, we explore this Sacrament, showing how it is the True Passover, which God gives to His people.

 

Sermon preached by Pastor Aaron Vergin from St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Preached on Maundy Thursday (April 1, 2021). Based on the Old Testament Reading appointed for the day (Exodus 12:1-14).

Palm/Passion Sunday: Service of the Word (March 28, 2021)

The Service of the Word for Palm/Passion Sunday (March 28, 2021). Service held at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Officiated by Pastor Aaron Vergin.

Sermon -  "In Jesus, You Will Be Filled" (March 14, 2021)

We live today in a hungry world. But our hunger isn't really of the body. Rather, it's a hunger of the soul. And so we ask: Where can we go to be filled? In this sermon, we explore one of Jesus' miracles, the feeding of the 5000, through which Jesus reminds us of the Truth, over against all the false promises of the world: In Him, you will be filled.

 

Sermon preached by Pastor Aaron Vergin at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Preached on the Fourth Sunday in Lent (March 14, 2021). Based on the Gospel Reading appointed for the day (John 6:1-15).

The Fourth Sunday in Lent: Service of the Word (March 14, 2021)

The Service of the Word for the Fourth Sunday in Lent (March 14, 2021). Service held at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Officiated by Pastor Aaron Vergin.

Sermon -  "Set Free from the Darkness" (March 7, 2021)

We Christians have been set free from the darkness. At one time, our souls were imprisoned there, along with all those who are perishing. On our own, our situation was hopeless. However, Jesus has set us free. In this sermon, we explore a portion of Paul's letter to the Ephesians, in which Paul reflects upon this reality and calls us to live accordingly.

 

Sermon preached by Pastor Aaron Vergin at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Preached on the Third Sunday in Lent (March 7, 2021). Based on the Epistle Reading appointed for the day (Ephesians 5:1-9).

The Third Sunday in Lent: Readings, Sermon, and Prayers (March 7, 2021)

The Service of the Word for the Third Sunday in Lent (March 7, 2021). Service held at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Officiated by Pastor Aaron Vergin.

Sermon -  "We Will Persevere: Standing Strong in Christ in a Hostile World" (February 28, 2021)

For the past few decades, we've seen the major institutions of our society grow increasingly hostile to historic Christian doctrine. Now, it appears that the these powers, united together, have begun their widespread attack. Therefore, we Christians must now set ourselves to persevere. In this sermon, we explore an interesting episode in the life of Jacob, in which we see what this Christian perseverance looks like, as well as the joyful confidence with which we can undertake it.

 

Sermon preached by Pastor Aaron Vergin at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Preached on the Second Sunday in Lent (February 28, 2021). Based on the Old Testament Reading appointed for the day (Genesis 32:22-32).

Sermon -  "The Beginning of Our Story" (February 21, 2021)

If you want to truly understand and appreciate a story, you have to start from the beginning. Not only is this true for literature, but it's also true for our story—the story of the human race. In this sermon, we do just that, as we explore the account of humanity's fall into sin in Genesis 3. In this way, we go back to the very beginning, allowing us to better understand ourselves and our story, and appreciate the love of God that gives shape to it all.

 

Sermon preached by Pastor Aaron Vergin at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Preached on the First Sunday in Lent (February 21, 2021). Based on the Old Testament Reading appointed for the day (Genesis 3:1-21).

The First Sunday in Lent: Service of the Word (February 21, 2021)

The Service of the Word for the First Sunday in Lent (February 21, 2021). Service held at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Officiated by Pastor Aaron Vergin.

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Easter 2 Sermon -  "Set Free from Fear: The Peace of Christ" (April 11, 2021)

We live today in the midst of many fears, and on our own, we would be locked away in them for all eternity. However, in His resurrection Jesus has overcome for us all that would make us afraid and He assures us that through faith in His we to will overcome. Therefore, He comes to us day-by-day, just as He did for the disciples long ago, and proclaims to us peace.

 

Sermon preached by Pastor Aaron Vergin at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in West Bloomfield, MI. Preached on the Second Sunday of Easter (April 11, 2021). Based on the Gospel Reading appointed for the day (John 20:19-31).

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