Sermons Online

30
JUL
2017

The Joy and Deepness of Daily Prayer

Todd Thomas on ‘The Joy and Deepness of Daily Prayer’. The reading for the day is Romans 8:26-39. Finding the profound in the ordinary through the practice of daily prayer.
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23
JUL
2017

The Grace of God in the Worst of Times

Elizabeth Tesi on ‘The Grace of God in the Worst of Times’. The reading for the day is Genesis 28:10-19a. God extends love and grace, even to the least-deserving among us. If even Jacob could sleep at the gateway to heaven, is it possible that even we are just as beloved?
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09
JUL
2017

Who Is Jesus?

The Rt. Rev. Mariann Budde on ‘Who Is Jesus?’ The reading for the day is Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30.
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02
JUL
2017

Faithful in a Time of Confusion, Loving in a Time of Division

The Rev. Dr. Frank Wade on ‘Being Faithful in a Time of Confusion, Being Loving in a Time of Division’. The reading for the day is Matthew 5:43-48.
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28
MAY
2017

Letting Go

Sari Ateek on ‘Letting Go’ for Ascension Sunday. The reading for the day is Luke 24:44-53.
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21
MAY
2017

Common Ground and Different Paths

Elizabeth Tesi on ‘Common Ground and Different Paths: Finding Share Values, Dialoging with Differently-minded Neighbors, and Spreading Good News’. The reading for the day is Acts 17:22-31.
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14
MAY
2017

Setting the Story Straight

Sari Ateek on ‘Setting the Story Straight’. This sermon is an attempt to redeem one of the main passages in scripture that has contributed to millennia of gender inequality. The reading for the day is Genesis 2:18-23.
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07
MAY
2017

Being Home

Joe Clark on ‘Being Home’. Jesus invites us to come home just as we are, no litmus test necessary. The reading for the day is John 10:1-10.
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23
APR
2017

A Message for Earth Day

Elizabeth Gardner, Interim Young Adults Missioner for the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, delivers a message for Earth Day. The reading for the day is Romans 8:19-22.
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