Colossians 2:6-7 A Communion Meditation by Robert E. Dunham University Presbyterian Church Chapel Hill, North Carolina World Communion Sunday October 4, 2015Watch, Listen, and Read More
"What is Your Request" a sermon preached by Anna Pinckney Straight for University Presbyterian Church, Chapel Hill September 27, 2015  As sometimes happens, the sermon title doesn't really represent this sermon, but is more in line with where ...Watch, Listen, and Read More
Stump. Shoot. Spirit. Isaiah 11:1-9; Ephesians 3:16-4:6 September 20, 2015 University Presbyterian Church, Chapel Hill Kimberly L. ClaytonWatch, Listen, and Read More
Proverbs 1:20-33 A Sermon by Robert E. Dunham University Presbyterian Church Chapel Hill, North Carolina 16th Sunday after Pentecost September 13, 2015Watch, Listen, and Read More
Luke 15, 1-3, 11-32 A Sermon by Robert E. Dunham University Presbyterian Church Chapel Hill, North Carolina September 6, 2015Watch, Listen, and Read More
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