Podcast – Pullen Memorial Baptist Church
  • Language: eng
  • Episodes: 34
  • Last: 25 Feb 2018
Sermons, Reflections and Meditations from the pulpit of Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. We are a community of faith committed to: worshiping God; struggling with difficult questions of faith; building ecumenical and interfaith partnerships; responding to the world's cries for justice; and caring for one another. For 125 years Pullen has been a progressive community of faith in the Raleigh area. Our 700-member congregation is made up of people of all ages, diverse walks of life, sexual orientations, and religious backgrounds. If you are looking for a church community, we would love to have you visit if you are in the Raleigh area. Visit http://www.pullen.org to connect with us and learn more.

Episodes (34)

  • Can Anything Good Come Out of Pullen?
    Can Anything Good Come Out of Pullen?
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    Published: 15 Jan 2018 Duration: n/a
    http://www.pullen.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/01-Sermon-2018-01-14.mp3 Text: John 1:43-51 Worship, at its best, is a beautiful expression of our deepest longings to connect to God, to the Sacred and that which is Holy. In worship we lif... Read more →
    http://www.pullen.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/01-Sermon-2018-01-14.mp3 Text: John 1:43-51 Worship, at its best, is a beautiful expression of our deepest longings to connect to God, to the Sacred and that which is Holy. In worship we lif... Read more →

  • The Call to Loving Presence
    The Call to Loving Presence
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    Published: 26 Nov 2017 Duration: n/a
    http://www.pullen.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/01-Sermon-2017-11-26.mp3 Katey Zeh, author and activist for women’s reproductive rights, as well as a member of Pullen, stood in the pulpit this week. We thank her for daily work as well as ... Read more →
    http://www.pullen.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/01-Sermon-2017-11-26.mp3 Katey Zeh, author and activist for women’s reproductive rights, as well as a member of Pullen, stood in the pulpit this week. We thank her for daily work as well as ... Read more →

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