Roswell Presbyterian Church was established in 1839 and is a congregation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) within the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta. Since our formation, we have been a church dedicated to reaching out in love and service to the community and the world. We are a congregation with deep historic roots, it is because of the dedication and commitment of those who preceded us that we are able to be a vibrant community today.
We're thrilled to provide this podcast as a way to hear the message.
About the host, Rev. Jeff Meyers, Senior Pastor
Jeff attended Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS). He was awarded the Religion and Society Fellowship for his writing on Christian ethics and human rights. After graduating from PTS, Jeff served in college and young adult ministry at North Avenue Presbyterian Church in Atlanta for ten years. In 2017, Jeff came to Roswell Presbyterian Church.
Episode 92: Roswell Presbyterian Church | The Living Nativity: Not A Fairy Tale | Sunday, November 29, 2020
29 November 2020 | Season 15 | 20 mins 54 secs
15 November 2020 | Season 15 | 21 mins 53 secs
8 November 2020 | Season 15 | 25 mins 11 secs
1 November 2020 | Season 15 | 18 mins 34 secs
Thank You Notes: A Note for the Journey
25 October 2020 | Season 15 | 21 mins 16 secs
God has given every person unique gifts and talents. What are yours?
18 October 2020 | Season 15 | 24 mins 20 secs
This Sunday’s message will help us relate to our wealth in a way that honors God and allows us to fund this critical ministry. How do you relate to your wealth? Do you find it easy or difficult to be generous?
11 October 2020 | Season 15 | 22 mins 49 secs
"Sincerely Yours, Lyndsay"
Rev. Lyndsay Lee Slocum
4 October 2020 | Season 15 | 21 mins 55 secs
Every year we set aside a month to reflect on what God is calling us to give for ministry and mission at RPC. This year, we are focusing on how we imitate Jesus’ ministry practice of gathering people together, building them up, and then sending them out.
27 September 2020 | Season 14 | 20 mins 55 secs
Do you find it hard to remember all of the commands? If so, wait until the end of the sermon to hear what Jesus says stands at the heart of them.
20 September 2020 | Season 14 | 23 mins 2 secs
This Sunday we will look at what it means to steal and “bear false witness.” The Ten Commandments state these negatively, but what are the grand positives that stand behind them? How does following these commands make us a safer and more flourishing community?
13 September 2020 | Season 14 | 25 mins 37 secs
Very few of us will be guilty of murder, but what ways can we break the commandment other than the obvious ones? What grand positives stand behind the commandment and how can we honor the sacred value of human life?
6 September 2020 | Season 14 | 22 mins 31 secs
Today we will look specifically at Exodus 20:12, the fifth commandment: Honor your father and your mother. This commandment is simply written, but deeply complex. It is my prayer that we would come together this morning to study this command and worship God, our loving parent.
30 August 2020 | Season 14 | 24 mins 16 secs
How hectic is your life? Do you stay so busy that you forget to stop and enjoy yourself? You should remember, resting is a command! Today, we will explore why and how you can obey the fourth commandment and flourish in your life.
23 August 2020 | Season 14 | 22 mins 32 secs
16 August 2020 | Season 14 | 20 mins 29 secs
In this episode, we begin a new sermon series looking at the Ten Commandments. Have you ever wondered what purpose the Commandments serve? How do they direct our relationship with God and with one another? Are they just meant to make us feel guilty or could they have a deeper, more positive meaning? I look forward to exploring these questions with you!
9 August 2020 | Season 13 | 22 mins 10 secs
Thank you, RPC member Mike Tiemann, for taking the beautiful picture used in today’s sermon graphic. Just as it was a sign to Noah, the rainbow reminds us of God’s faithfulness in challenging times. Certainly, we rely on God’s presence to respond to the urgent challenges that are set before us this year.