Archived Sermon Series

We invite you to revisit our Sermon Series for 2020. On each series page you will find information about the service, bulletins and videos. Just click the BUTTON of each title to visit the full series.

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Finding Comfort
1/5/20 – 2/23/20

From January 5 through February 23, 2020, the staff of FPCM preaches a sermon series based on the first 23 question and answers of the Heidelberg Catechism. The sermon series is titled “Finding Comfort”.
“There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” Romans 8:1

not a fan.
3/1/20 – 4/19/20

In the season of Lent, the pastoral staff of FPCM preaches a sermon series “Not a Fan” based on Kyle Idelman’s book of the same title. In these Sundays, we consider at depth the question: Are you a Christian or are you a disciple?

Becoming a Beacon
4/16/20 – 6/14/20

“Becoming a Beacon” based on the NT book of 1 Thessalonians, Paul called this congregation his “model” church. 1 Thessalonians reveals the power of Jesus’ love to help disciples not only survive, but become one of the greatest testimonies to God’s grace in church history. We’ll discover more about the life of discipleship through this five-chapter letter to ordinary disciples.

Freedom is Yours to Keep

On July 5, Stuart Spencer preaches from Galatians 5: 1-13 (NLT) and shares “Freedom is Yours to Keep,” on this Independence Day weekend. What better way to give thanks for our freedom than with a gifted brass ensemble and uplifting patriotic music honoring America. Together at home we will celebrate the Lord’s Supper.​

Walking the Jesus Trail
7/12/20​​ – 8/30/20

The pastoral staff preaches a series of sermons called, “Walking the JT (Jesus Trail)” based on the narrative of Abraham and Sarah from Genesis 12 to Genesis 22. Hearing and believing the incredible and impossible call of God to begin a family at an advanced age and go to land not their own, Sarah and Abraham traveled by stages to the promise. 

Harps Hanging in the Tree 9/6/20

Guest preacher, Rev. Dr. Tom Kort, Vice President for Advancement at Princeton Theological Seminary preaches.
We warmly welcome The Rev. Dr. J. Thomas Kort as our guest preacher at both worship services on Sunday, September 6.

If My People

9/13/20 – 9/20/20

Pastor Spencer Preaches a 2-part sermon series on prayer and fasting called, “If My People”. These sermons are based on the passage from 2 Chronicles 7:14, “Then if my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and restore their land.”

Giving Lessons

9/27/20 – 10/18/20

We begin a four-part series of stewardship sermons called “Giving Lessons” based on a portion of 2 Corinthians, chapters 8 & 9. In these chapters, the Apostle Paul appeals to the Corinthian church to take part in a special collection he gathered for the Jerusalem church.

Passing the Peace

11/1/20 – 11/23/20

In the month of November, Pastor Stuart Spencer and Kelly LePenske, Director of Congregational Ministries, preach a sermon series called, “Passing the Peace: God’s Gift of Shalom.” The Hebrew word “shalom” means many things: Prosperity. Health. Wellness. Completeness. Safety. Harmony. Satisfaction. Fulfillment. Unity. Victory. Restoration.

Be Not Afraid

11/29/20 – 12/20/20

In the month of December, the pastoral staff of FPC Moorestown preaches a series of sermons called, “Be Not Afraid.” Throughout the Bible, the simple command, “Fear not” is found everywhere. As we approach Christmas in 2020, the year of the pandemic, we look at various characters associated with the birth of Jesus. They were often told, “Don’t be afraid.” With this simple command, we learn the many ways God’s promises of God’s presence were steadfast even in times of doubt and confusion.

Christmas Eve


Planning for Christmas Eve in the middle of a pandemic, like nearly everything else we’ve faced in 2020, wasn’t easy. Consider that Christmas Eve is the night when everyone goes to church. Not this year. Most churches planned for pre-recorded or live stream services with no in-person participants.
But at FPC Moorestown, after planning and adjusting, we were able to offer both in-person and live stream Christmas celebrations.

The Mouse, the Sink, and the Bowl   12/27/20

First Sunday after Christmas Day.