brushing teeth: standing, kneeling, bowing and living in a body Psalm 139:13-14a, John 1: 14a As people of faith we live in bodies, bodies that as the Psalmist says, “are fearfully and wonderfully made”. If the church does not teach us what our bodies are for, our culture certainly will. Who will be our teacher?
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Learning to Be Beloved, Matthew 3:13-17 This week is the beginning of a summer sermon series inviting us to see the sacred woven throughout the daily activities of our lives. From the moment we wake until we drift off to sleep at night we are taking part in the liturgy of daily life. Using the story of Jesus’ […]
Say Their Names – Acts 2:1-21 In the Pentecost scripture, Acts 2:1-21, there is a list of the names of all the different peoples represented in Jerusalem that day. They are the people upon whom the tongues of fire danced. On this Pentecost there are other fires raging in our land. Fires burn because of […]
That We Might Be One – John 17:1-11 Jesus offers a prayer for his disciples, a prayer for unity. When disunity is one of the defining characteristics of the Church today, what does this prayer mean for us? What does unity look like? In the pain of our struggles in the Church, are there possibilities?