Sermons tagged with ‘Lord’

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Reign of Christ 2017 Where Were You Lord

Reign of Christ 2017 Where Were You Lord November 26, 2017 based on Matthew 25: 31-46   This is the last Sunday of this church year and in Anglican churches we mark this day as “The Reign of Christ” also known in some churches as “Christ the King” Sunday. This special day was “instituted by […]

Fulling & Fire! Message for Advent 2

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Second Sunday of Advent, 2012 Based on Malachi 3: 1-4 “Look! I am sending my messenger, and he will prepare the way before me. Then the Lord you are seeking will suddenly come to his Temple. The messenger of the covenant, whom you look for so eagerly, is surely coming,” says the LORD of Heaven’s […]

Rector’s Advent & Christmas Letter 2015


“Prepare the way of the Lord, prepare the way of the Lord, and all people will see the salvation of our God.”(Taize Hymn) I have just turned the page on the calendar and it is the first day of December, which for me always feels like the countdown to Christmas is really on—even though the […]

Message for Easter Sunday He is not here


Message for Easter Sunday 2015 “He is not here, he has been raised—go and tell the others!” Mark 16: 1-8 On this Sunday across the English speaking world, priests and pastors proclaim: ‘Alleluia! Christ is risen!’ and their congregations respond: “The Lord is risen indeed. Alleluia!” And we will repeat this proclamation, in some form […]

What’s in His Name – Sermon 2nd Sunday of Lent

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What’s in a Name ? Sermon for March 1, 2015, the 2nd Sunday in Lent. (based on Genesis 17, 1-7, 15-16) Our reading from the Hebrew Bible, or the Old Testament, is the story of the covenant between the Lord and Abram and Sarai. This is the third time the Lord has appeared to Abram, […]

The Lord is Near – Message for the 2nd Sunday of Epiphany

The Second Sunday of Epiphany January 18/15 The Lord is Near Based on John 1:43-51, Psalm 139:1-16 The day before our gospel story for today starts, Jesus has already begun gathering up people to become his disciples. The first one to follow Jesus is Andrew, and another disciple whom John doesn’t name. And interestingly, these […]