Monthly Archives: April 2011

Easter, 2011

The Lessons for the Vigil can be found here. I worked most closely with Matthew 28:1-10.

I have seen the Risen Jesus. Where, how? What does it mean?

(There will be a few moments of silence before the sermon starts. Thank you for your patience.)

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Good Friday 2011

The lessons can be found by clicking here.

A sermon for Good Friday

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Maundy Thursday, 2011

The lessons for Maundy Thursday can be found here. I preached on the Eucharist which is in the collect and 1 Corinthians 11:23-26.

Eucharist is theological central to what we do. Maybe it should become central to how we live?

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Palm Sunday, 2011

The Lessons for Palm Sunday can be found here. I worked most closely with Matthew 21:1-11.

Palm Sunday starts with Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. Which is actually really important to everything that comes next, right?

(This sermon is interactive. I do my best to make sure that the sense of the conversation is picked up by the microphone. Thank you for your patience.)

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Lent 5, 2011

The readings for this Sunday can be found here. I worked most closely with Ezekiel 37:1-14 and John 11:1-45.

The Valley of Dry Bones in Ezekiel and the story of the raising of Lazarus in John are both stories of the faithfulness and love of God. But Ezekiel and Lazarus’ sisters Martha and Mary have something else in common….

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Lent 4, 2011

The Lessons for this Sunday can be found here. I worked most closely with 1 Samuel 16:1-13.

What does the anointing of David as King of Israel mean for us?

(Although the fun historical story is enough to interest me on its own.)

(There will be a few moments of silence before the sermon begins. Thank you for your patience.)

Click to listen: Lent 4, 2011

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