Monthly Archives: July 2010

July 25, 2010 by the Rector

The Rector talks about how Jesus taught his disciples to pray when they asked him to teach them the way John the Baptist taught his discipels. She discusses the form we know as “The Lord’s Prayer.” She discusses ways we may have learned to pray and how important prayer is. She says the exact prayer […]

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July 18, 2010 by the Rector

Using Rembrandt’s etching of Abraham entertaining the angels from the story in the Book of Genesis, the Rector talks about both hospitality and sitting at the feet of God for instruction the way Sarah offered hospitality to the visitors and the way Abraham sat at their feet and heard them say he and Sarah would […]

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July 11, 2010 by the Rector

The sermon today focuses on the parable of the “Good Samaritan” and the twist is that Jesus is more concerned with how we can be a good neighbor than with who our neighbor is, for all people are our neighbors. We all have times when we have been a good neighbor and when we have […]

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July 4, 2010 by the Rector

Today’s sermon is a departure from the lectionary for the Sundays after Pentecost to focus on this July 4 Day of Independence and we follow an historic liturgy from the first American Book of Common Prayer, 1789. Today’s sermon concerns the history of our country and of the Episcopal Church. Download the pdf here –  July […]

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