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Buckle up, buttercup, as our winter and spring sermon series at Liberti Collingswood boldly goes where it’s never gone before: into a catechism! For the coming months, we’ll preach through the Heidelberg Catechism during worship. These sermons will mark the first time in which we haven’t done an “expository” succession of messages based on a sequence of passages from the Bible, but it feels like a good time for a change of pace. (And don’t worry, we’ll still have plenty of Scripture packed into those addresses.)

The Heidelberg Catechism was written in the 16th Century in order to build up people in Christian faith, to give sermon helps to often uneducated preachers, and to provide an ecumenical consensus for what the church believed.  In addition, the Heidelberg is known and loved around the world not only for its wisdom but also its warmth––which we see on display in the catechism’s very first question, “What is your only comfort in life and in death?”  A weighty question, yes, but a necessary one in the midst of our anxious age.

To listen to messages in this series, head on over to the Sermons page, or better yet, come visit on Sunday mornings!