Monthly Archives: May 2010

May 30, 2010 by the Rector

On Trinity Sunday, preachers always feel the need to “explain the Trinity,” God in three persons, and yet none of us understands the mystery of how God can be Creator, Redeemer (Jesus) and Spirit. Psalm 8 for the day helps us understand that our main mission is to praise this undefinable, unexplainable God for God’s […]

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May 23, 2010 by guest preacher Ray McGinnis, author of Writing the Sacred.

Our guest preacher Ray McGinnis (from Vancouver) presented a workshop on sacred writing and preached on the Psalms and sacred writing on the Day of Pentecost. Download the pdf here – May 23 Sermon

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May 16, 2010 by the Rector

Concluding the preaching series on Revelation, the Rector talks about how just as the early Christians of the churches in Asia Minor, to whom the Book of Revelation was written, waited for the Second Coming of Christ, so, too, we wait. We are a people waiting. While we wait, we want to be Christ’s servants […]

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May 9, 2010 by the Rector

The sermon text is the last chapter of the last book of the Bible, Revelation. Revelation remains a profoundly powerful text despite being so bizarre because it acknowledges the hardship and suffering of daily existence while it also invokes the deepest longings of the human heart for life in all its fullness, healed and whole. […]

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May 2, 2010 by guest preacher The Rev. Sue Lederhouse

Our guest preacher continues the Eastertide series on the Book of Revelation. She indicates that the passage from Revelation 21 about “making all things new” challenges us to be open and to look for God in the new things. We need to risk being born anew in God’s likeness, risk embracing those who are different, […]

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