Posts Tagged With: Anglican

Third Thoughts, Baptism of Our Lord 2019

Morsels & Stories: I read from Does God Have a Big Toe?

Sermon: I cite a favourite theologian of mine: Terry Pratchett. What can Discworld teach us about the Holy Spirit?

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link). I worked most closely with Luke 3:15-17 21-22

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Christmas Jammies, Advent 2018

Morsels & Stories: A few weeks ago we talked about when the offertory was blessed.  When do the blessings end?

Sermon:  What Christmas Jammies have to do with the reading from Baruch?

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link).  I worked most closely with Baruch 5:1-9.

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Vulnerability, November 2018

Vulnerability is Christ-likeMorsels & Stories:  I talked about stewardship and economics.

Sermon: “How long will you make a drunken spectacle of yourself?”  An impolite question and the Church in the 21st century.

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link). I worked most closely with 1 Samuel 1:4-20.

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“Unbind Him”, All Saints 2018

Our work is unbinding people from the injustices of the world (1)Morsels & Stories: I read the “Ragman” from the book Ragman: and other cries of faith by Walter Wangerin Jr.

Sermon:  Jesus talks to Mary (and Martha before her) and then gives them a job.

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link). I worked most closely with John 11:32-44.

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God’s Love in the face of Terror, October 2018

In the face of the grief and violence in the worldWe respond with God's LoveMorsels & Stories:  We talked about the offertory plates and when they are blessed in the service.

Sermon:  This was a hard week full of horrible news.  How do we respond?  How does God call us to respond?

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link).  I preached with Hebrews 7:23-28 in the direct background.

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Out of the Dust, October 2018

Ps 22Morsels & Stories: I introduced our next prayer station and talked about the history behind labyrinths.

Sermon:  The consolation and hope of Psalm 22.

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link).  I worked most closely with Psalm 22.

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Feasting on Crumbs, Sept 2018

At Jesus's Feast, there are crumbs to feed multitudesMorsels & Stories: I talked about the lectionary and something my stewardship professor once taught me.

Sermon: Jesus has this deeply troubling interaction.  And this new, foreign, female disciple claims the crumbs.

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link). I worked most closely with Mark 7:24-37.

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Generous Gifts, September 2018

God's Generous GiftMorsels & Stories:  I introduced the next component of our prayer stations.

Sermon: The author of James writes, “Every generous act of giving, with every perfect gift, is from above.”  What are those gifts?

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link). I worked most closely with James 1:17-27.

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Back of the bread, August 2018

Back of the breadMorsels & Stories: We finished our read of Good Goats.

Sermon: In a first, I sing during the sermon.

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link).  I worked most closely with John 6.

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Penguins, Writers, and Bread, August 2018

Jesus said,_I am the bread of life_Morsels & Stories:  What my favourite feature of medieval church architecture has to do with St Peter’s.

Sermon: Jesus makes a sweeping statement.  And Rev Robyn’s love of penguins and writers.

The lessons can be found by clicking here (link). I worked most closely with John 6: 24-35.

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