“A Rousing Spirituality Community.” Silverside Sunday Morning Online, May 16 2021 (Video of May 9 2021 Gathering). David Albert Farmer, Ph.D., preacher.

PLEASE TAKE NOTE: The May 23 in-person Gathering will be held in the sanctuary at 3 p.m.

(podcast, audio only)

“Beauty, Resurrection, and Spirituality.” Silverside Easter Online April 4 2021. David Albert Farmer, PhD, Preacher.

Blaine Breeding, videography
(podcast, audio only)

“Truth to Power.” Silverside Sunday Morning Online Gathering, March 28 2021. David Albert Farmer, PhD, Preacher.

Podcast Option (audio only)

Sunday Morning Jazz Brunch Online Gathering. “A Tale of Two Devotees: Out of the Darkness of Idolatry and into the Light of God.” David Albert Farmer, Ph.D., Preacher.

Silverside Online, Jazz Brunch, Sunday January 31 2021. The Darkness of Racism: Moving Toward the Light. Dr David Albert Farmer, Preacher.

NOTE: The Jewish Space Laser thought by some new political leadership in DC to cause California wildfires has been discovered instead to be the source of an heretofore inexplicable nudge some people are feeling to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God.

Please make your contribution to our drive to raise funds for the Latin American Community Center Food Pantry for Emergency COVID-19 Relief. Click any of the “Contribute” links you see on this page. You can make your contribution right there online; be sure to designate your gift to this important fund, and if you have a preference of which fund raising team to get the boost of your support toward winning the Mardi Gras King Cake, indicate Gold, Green, or Purple too. We look forward to presenting the Latin American Community Center with a generous check on Mardi Gras Day.

Videographer: Blaine Breeding

Silverside Sunday Morning Online, Jazz Brunch BYOB*, January 24 2021. “A Way Out of the Darkness of Religious Persecution.” Dr David Albert Farmer, Preacher.

*BYOB: BRING YOUR OWN BEIGNETS

Silverside Sunday Morning Online. January 3 2021. “Reflections on Our Past, Present, and Future,” Bill Englehart, Guest Speaker.

A longtime member of Silverside Church, Bill is the current Chair of Council, which is the congregation’s leadership team. A business professional in the printing industry, Bill has lifelong involvement in church music and for much of his life music outside the church—notably Rock’n Roll as a saxophone performer.

“Comfort, Comfort My People,” Says Our God. Silverside Sunday Morning Online. December 6 2020. Rev David Albert Farmer, PhD, Preacher and Pastor.

Knowledge and Ethics: Are There Limits? Sermon theme suggested by Dr. E. Carson Brisson. Silverside Sunday morning online. November 22 2020. Dr. David Albert Farmer, Preacher and Pastor.

On Not Taking People and Significant Experiences for Granted. Sermon Theme Suggested by Michael McKnight. Michael McKnight, guest pianist. Silverside Sunday Morning Online, November 8 2020. David Albert Farmer, Ph.D., Preacher and Pastor.

Marc Chagall, lithograph, 1960, “Naomi and Her Daughters-in-Law”

“Most human beings have an almost infinite capacity for taking things for granted.”

Aldous Huxley