Season after Pentecost

Worship Livestream: June 13, 2021

Posted by on Sun, Jun 13, 2021 in Livestream, Season after Pentecost

An archival video of the Sunday service streamed live via Zoom and Facebook Live, on June 13, 2021 at 10:30 AM. Any words or music under copyright are included with permission under ONE LICENSE No. A-706794.

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Mother Ann’s sermon preached on June 13, 2021

Posted by on Sun, Jun 13, 2021 in Season after Pentecost, Sermons

At the dawn of the 20th century, when empirical science was still new to faith, a young French priest fell in love with geology. Tielhard de Chardin was convinced that if he could learn to trace the hand of the Creator in earth’s cliffs and crevasses, mountain ranges and coastlines, he would disclose the face of God. Chardin persuaded his superiors to send him to university to find out.

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Welcome Ordinary Time

Posted by on Thu, Jun 10, 2021 in News and Events, Season after Pentecost

Always we begin again. We take steps every day towards our wholeness of God, says Bishop Rickel. We sometimes stumble and fall, but we get on the path and keep walking. Always we begin again, says the Bishop. During this time of growth, he challenges us to do ordinary things extra-ordinarily well. Whether it is doing the dishes, taking a walk, being on a Zoom call or whatever else we are called to do during the day, find the holiness, the sacred in the mundane—in the ordinary tasks of the day.

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Worship Livestream: June 6, 2021

Posted by on Sun, Jun 6, 2021 in Livestream, Season after Pentecost

An archival video of the Sunday service streamed live via Zoom and Facebook Live, on June 6, 2021. 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 6, 2021

Posted by on Sun, Jun 6, 2021 in Season after Pentecost, Sermons

The readings this week lead me to think that maybe Creator God and God in Christ had some serious anger issues. Adam and Eve hear God “walking in the garden at the time of the evening breeze” as if a repeating idyllic occurrence between them. It calls to mind the sheep who know the Good Shepherd’s voice, and the Shepherd who knows and calls them by name. This time is different because their prevailing feeling is shame instead of affectionate welcome. They hide because in disobeying God, they now see their nakedness.

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Worship Livestream: May 30, 2021

Posted by on Sun, May 30, 2021 in Livestream, Season after Pentecost, Trinity Sunday

An archival video of the Sunday service streamed live via Zoom and Facebook Live, on May 30, 2021. Any words or music under copyright are included with permission under ONE LICENSE No. A-706794.

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