Easter Vigil Sermon by The Rev. Matthew David Morris

“And these words seemed to them an idle tale.” Welcome to Easter, friends.Welcome to the moment when idle tales prove true.Welcome to the season of imagination,when we are invited to believe the unbelievable,because doing so teaches us something about love. I rise up this morningSmile with the rising sunThree little birdsBeside my doorstepSinging sweet songsAContinue reading “Easter Vigil Sermon by The Rev. Matthew David Morris”

Good Friday Sermon by The Rev. Corbet Clark

In the name of the crucified Christ. Two questions for us to ponder this evening: The first is: Why must Christ suffer and die? If Jesus is divine, a powerful spiritual prophet of God, God’s messenger to humanity, who has come to bring life and salvation, why does God let him die? This was aContinue reading “Good Friday Sermon by The Rev. Corbet Clark”

Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday by The Rev. Martin Elfert

April 10, 2022 Isaiah 50:4-9aPhilippians 2:5-11Luke 22:14-23:56Psalm 31:9-16 Martin Elfert April 10 2022 Palm Sunday Luke 19:28-40 Isaiah 50:4-9a Philippians 2:5-11 Psalm 31:9-16 (Luke 22:14-23:56 – Passion Reading at the service’s conclusion) * Chapter One Once upon a time there was a king. Well, strictly speaking the king was not actually a king. He wasContinue reading “Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday by The Rev. Martin Elfert”

The Fifth Sunday of Lent by The Rev. Dick Toll

April 3, 2022 Isaiah 43:16-21Philippians 3:4b-14John 12:1-8Psalm 126 SERMON FOR LENT FIVE: GOSPEL 12: 1-8 We all live within a mystery. We live…that is a mystery. We live within a creation that is so vast we cannot even get our minds around its vastness. That is a mystery. We live in a mystery that placesContinue reading “The Fifth Sunday of Lent by The Rev. Dick Toll”

The Third Sunday in Lent by The Rev. Matthew David Morris

March 20, 2022 Exodus 3:1-151 Corinthians 10:1-13Luke 13:1-9Psalm 63:1-8 Jesus is hanging with his people,  and a few of them bring up a horrific story;  something we can assume is, for them, common knowledge. If it was today, this is the kind of story that would have already shown up on all of your socialContinue reading “The Third Sunday in Lent by The Rev. Matthew David Morris”

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