Pastor
Tiffany.

Welcome

My name is Tiffany Keith, I am a pastor in the Mountain Sky Conference of the United Methodist Church. I deeply value curiosity and spend much of my time creating communities that are compassionate, brave, and unapologetically connectional.

Sermons

From the beginning of my Christian journey, sermons have shaped my faith. There is power in both hearing sermons and writing them.


Here are some of my sermons.

Blog Posts

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Heartstrings Worship
Tiffany Keith

God, you are our strength and our shield (Psalm 28:7)

Whether we know it or not, whether we see it or not… when it is so hard to remember… God, is our strength and our shield. When the world feels like it is crushing in around us… God is our strength and our shield. When it feels like pandemic, and division, and hate, and anger will never end… God is our strength and our shield. No matter how dark life becomes… God is our strength and our shield. In the times of life when we forget about God, and look to ourselves, or any idol to be our strength and shield… it is the simple words that we’ve repeated together, time and time again that we turn to for the reminder, that God is our strength and our shield. Liturgy is a reminder of the belief that God is our strength and our shield. Because we need that reminder. We need it this week, we will need it next week, and the week after: God is our strength and our shield.

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Heartstrings Worship
Tiffany Keith

Matthew 2:1-12

I wonder if the child’s face was glowing when they found him? If his halo rested over his head, even then? I wonder if that is why they were so overwhelmed with joy when they finally found him. When the star finally led him right to the child’s home, to Bethlehem…

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Other Places
Tiffany Keith

Luke 2:25-40

God’s salvation. The Kingdom of Heaven… Christmas… Light breaking through the dark… Not a promise of perfection, or power, or that we will never feel the pain of life. This year, this of all years… let’s look for Christmas, not in all the purest, happiest, all is well moments… but in the messy, hard moments that the we… and the world… need it most.

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