Monthly Archives: June 2016

St Peter’s Feast Day, June 2016

St Peter'sWe transferred St Peter (and St Paul’s) feast day, which is usually the 29th, to Sunday so we could celebrate.  St Peter is our patronal saint, which is a fancy way of saying our church is named after him.

As it was a special day, I put together a little quiz for Morsels & Stories and the sermon was just a few words at the end of that.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.

 

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Unity in Diversity, June 2016

In Baptism We Have Put on ChristMorsels & Stories: I walked those gathered through an exercise I learned years ago.  I would ask one question and have people gather in small likeminded groups.  Then I would have those groups discuss their answers to an entirely different question.  Parts of this may be confusing or mostly background noise.

 

Sermon: I preached on the Gerasene demoniac, and started with wondering how he looked.

 

The lessons for today can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Luke 8:26-39 and Galatians 3:23-29.

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With Jesus’s Eyes, June 2016

christ has no handsMorsels & Stories: I read “Adam’s Animals” from Does God have a Big Toe?

 

Sermon: Jesus feels compassion when he sees a widow burying her only son.  What would Jesus see in our city that would spark gut-twisting compassion?

 

The lessons from today can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely Luke 7:11-17.

 

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