Monthly Archives: June 2010

June 27, 2010 by the Rector

Today’s sermon is based on Psalm 77, in which the psalmist feels both that God had no power and was absent in the midst of the psalmist’s chaos and also that God had been there with hidden footprints. The Rector relates our own experiences of grief and difficulty to the psalm and talks about how […]

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June 20, 2010 by the Rector

In today’s sermon, the Rector reflects on Psalm 42 and the deer which longs for the water-brooks like our own souls long for God. In tracing a brief history of psalmody in America just after the Revolution, she links the singing of psalms with this text and also with Elijah’s longing for God’s voice in […]

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June 13, 2010 by The Very Rev. Malcolm McDowell

“Many of us, it seems, find it easier to minister to people in trouble, buy a bag of groceries for a hungry family or meet a need of someone than to listen to those with a different viewpoint—-ESPECIALLY IF, IN OUR VIEW, they are deemed among the “oppressors”. Our unwillingness to engage or listen leads […]

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June 6, 2010 by the Rector

Summary for sermon on June 6: Today’s stories from the Bible show how God was present in the lives of God’s people and how God’s prophets Elijah, and Paul reveal resurrection images as does Jesus in the healing of the son of the widow of Nain. Walter Brueggemann says that today’s texts, taken as a […]

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