Feast Days

Easter Day Livestream: Mar. 31, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Mar 31, 2024 in Easter, Feast Days, Livestream

Video of the worship service livestreamed on Easter Day, Mar. 31, 2024, at 11:00 AM. Any words or music under copyright are included with permission under ONE LICENSE No. A-706794.

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Mother Katherine’s sermon preached on Easter Day, Mar. 31, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Mar 31, 2024 in Easter, Feast Days, Sermons

Sermon preached by The Rev. Katherine Sedwick, Rector, on Easter Day, Mar. 31, 2024. ”I have seen the Lord. It is the church’s first sermon. She has let go of her own need to grasp hold and go back to what was, and it frees her to testify to what she knows and believes. No seminary degree or public administration course, no promise that anyone will listen.”

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Mother Katherine’s sermon preached on Feb. 4, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Feb 4, 2024 in Epiphany, Feast Days, Sermons

Sermon preached by The Rev. Katherine Sedwick, Rector, on Feb. 4, 2024. “In scripture forty is always a time of waiting, preparing, immersing; the baby is forty days old now. Soon we will enter into forty days of Lent preparing ourselves to honor anew Christ’s resurrection. Luke’s gospel later says Jesus appeared alive to them for forty days after his resurrection. How has your life these forty days since Christmas made you an offering to God?”

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Mother Katherine’s sermon preached on Jan. 7, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Jan 7, 2024 in Epiphany, Feast Days, Sermons

Sermon preached by The Rev. Katherine Sedwick, on Jan. 7, 2024. “In the waters of baptism, we are lovingly adopted by God into God’s family, which we call the Church, and given God’s own life to share and reminded that nothing can separate us from God’s love in Christ…”

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Mother Katherine’s sermon preached on Nov. 5, 2023

Posted by on Sun, Nov 5, 2023 in Feast Days, Season after Pentecost, Sermons

Sermon preached by The Rev. Katherine Sedwick, Rector, on Oct. 1, 2023: “Angels can fly because they take themselves lightly… and never forget that the devil fell by force of gravity.” It’s an appropriate quote to begin with given the ‘lightness’ of our enactment of the reading from the Revelation to John. It sounds like a joke, but it’s a line from a section in G. K. Chesterton’s 1901 book, Orthodoxy, in which he explores the importance of taking ourselves more lightly and ‘less gravely.’”

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Mother Katherine’s sermon preached on Oct. 1, 2023

Posted by on Sun, Oct 1, 2023 in Feast Days, Season after Pentecost, Sermons

Sermon preached by The Rev. Katherine Sedwick, Rector, on Oct. 1, 2023: “Angels can fly because they take themselves lightly… and never forget that the devil fell by force of gravity.” It’s an appropriate quote to begin with given the ‘lightness’ of our enactment of the reading from the Revelation to John. It sounds like a joke, but it’s a line from a section in G. K. Chesterton’s 1901 book, Orthodoxy, in which he explores the importance of taking ourselves more lightly and ‘less gravely.’”

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