Matthew 17:1-9 A Sermon by Robert E. Dunham University Presbyterian Church Chapel Hill, North Carolina Transfiguration of the Lord March 2, 2014Watch, Listen, and Read More
PCM Student Sunday Hannah Smith, Tim McEachran, Logan SmeallieWatch, Listen, and Read More
Colossians 3:12-17 A Sermon by Robert E. Dunham University Presbyterian Church Chapel Hill, North Carolina Hymnal Dedication Sunday February 16, 2014Watch, Listen, and Read More
a sermon preached for University Presbyterian Church, Chapel Hill by Anna Pinckney Straight February 9, 2014Watch, Listen, and Read More
Micah 6:1-8 A Communion Meditation by Robert E. Dunham University Presbyterian Church Chapel Hill, North Carolina Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany February 2, 2014Watch, Listen, and Read More
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