Tag Archives: Jesus Christ

Timeless

One of our Lay Preachers had the pulpit this morning, which is the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. She used two of his prayers to frame a sermon which relied mostly on his words, spoken during the March on … Continue reading

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Married to the miracle

A sermon for the Fourth Sunday of Advent in Year A. Romans 1:1-7; Matthew 1:18-25 So this is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah came about: his mother, Mary, engaged but not married, was found to be with child by the … Continue reading

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Year B Proper 24: glory

We live our little lives full face in the glory of God, whether we recognize it or not. Continue reading

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Year B Proper 12: Breaking bread

“All things come of thee, and of thine own have we given thee,” many of us grew up intoning at every Offertory presentation. We are familiar with the concept that all that we have is of God, and that there … Continue reading

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All Saints

The letter to the Ephesians makes a perfect sermon all by itself for All Saints and a day of baptism. I hardly feel as though I need say more. But there is more. Listen to the words that come just … Continue reading

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Sunday, November 27th: Advent begins

 From St Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Elyria    :     December Carillon (Newsletter) ADVENT If Advent were a place, it would be one of those regions that you drive through on your way somewhere else. We rush through it with our eyes on … Continue reading

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