Season after Pentecost

Livestream: July 14, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Jul 14, 2024 in Livestream, Season after Pentecost

Video of the worship service livestreamed on July 14, 2024, at 10:00 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 July 14, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Jul 14, 2024 in Season after Pentecost, Sermons

Sermon preached by The Rev. Katherine Sedwick, Rector, on July 14, 2024: “If Amos thought serving God would be easy and straightforward, he had a steep learning curve ahead. If we think following Christ’s call would any more save us from controversy and conflict than it did Amos—we’re rapidly being disabused of the idea!”

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Livestream: July 7, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Jul 7, 2024 in Livestream, Season after Pentecost

Video of the worship service livestreamed on July 7, 2024, at 10:00 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 July 7, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Jul 7, 2024 in Season after Pentecost, Sermons

Sermon preached by The Rev. Katherine Sedwick, Rector, on July 7, 2024: “I’ve always wondered what Jesus stumbled over growing up, what he called a mistake or had regrets about. Even though such things contribute to ‘wisdom’ it doesn’t mean we are anxious to write them out for all to see!”

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Livestream: June 30, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Jun 30, 2024 in Livestream, Season after Pentecost

Video of the worship service livestreamed on June 30, 2024, at 10:00 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 June 30, 2024

Posted by on Sun, Jun 30, 2024 in Season after Pentecost, Sermons

Sermon preached by The Rev. Katherine Sedwick, Rector, on June 30, 2024: The world around us is suffering, and many of us are wondering how Jesus’ words, “Do not fear, only believe” apply to the pain and polarization and hatred in our own country. We have plenty of fear about what will happen here come election day and its aftermath, we have great concern and compassion for the people of the Ukraine, Gaza, the Sudan, Kenya, and everywhere suffering is rampant.

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