Posts Tagged With: Peter

Injustice, Good Friday 2018

Good Friday

Art by Heather Gerber, paper cutting

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Palm Sunday 2018

What moments of denial are in your past_ Your future_Morsels & Stories: I talked about what I say during the welcome announcements and why.

Sermon: Peter denies Jesus three times before the rooster crows twice.  What can we learn from Peter’s history of getting it wrong?

The lessons can be found by clicking here. (link) I worked most closely with Mark 14.1-15.47.

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To Transfigure the World, February 2018

We carry God's love to othersMorsels & Stories: We talked a bit about Lenten practices.  This was pretty interactive and I did my best to help the mic get everything.  Thank you for your patience.

 

Sermon:  Peter gets it wrong many many times.  This time I think we need to give him some slack…

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Mark 9:2-9.

 

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Peter, Donkeys, and Stumbling Blocks, September 2017

stumbling blockMorsels & Stories: I talked about crossing ourselves, one of the many gestures some Anglicans make during worship.  I touched on the variety of ways people may or may not gesture during worship.

 

Sermon: Jesus says calls Peter a satan and a stumbling block and I hear echoes from the rest of the Bible.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 16: 21-28.

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Sinking, August 2017

Iveson tweetMorsels & Stories: I talked about the events in Charlottesville, the Mayor’s tweet, and how racism is also our problem.

 

Sermon:  Jesus pulls Peter out of the water when he is sinking because that is the kind of Jesus we follow.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here. I worked most closely with Matthew 14: 22-33.

 

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Not Supposed to be here, Jan 2017

standing-in-baptismal-watersMorsels & Stories: I talked a bit about the Baptismal Covenant, which I love.  I manage to work in Commentary on the American Prayer Book, which I also love.

 

Sermon:  We back Peter’s story up a few verses and explore being out of place.

The lessons for today can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Acts 10.

 

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A Love that Challenges, Easter 3 2016

A love that challenges usMorsels & Stories: I read about the Dolphins of the Red Sea from Does God have a Big Toe?

 

Sermon: Peter takes the disciples fishing.  Jesus shows up and they try things in a new way.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with John 21:1-19.

 

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Messy Transfiguration, February 2016

Robyns SermonsMorsels & Stories: I read from “Does God Have a Big Toe?”

Sermons: Jesus takes Peter, James, and John up the mountain for the Transfiguration.  Nothing was by accident.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked mostly closely with Luke 9:28–36, (37–43).

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Prevention, Easter 6 2015

Robyns SermonsPeter asks, “Who would prevent them from being baptized?”  And we pride ourselves on being welcoming.  Which isn’t the same thing.

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Acts 10:44-48.

 

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Walking on Water, August 2014

Robyns SermonsPeter stepped out of the boat and there was a moment or two…

 

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 14:22-33.

 

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