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Sermon: Third Sunday of Easter

April 14, 2013 Acts 9:1–20 | Psalm 30 | Revelation 5:11–14 | John 21:1–19 “Weeping may linger for the night, but joy comes in the morning.” I’ve thought of that phrase from today’s Psalm so many times in this blood-soaked, tear-stained week. Last … Continue reading

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Sermon: Easter Sunday 2013

March 31, 2013 Alleluia! Christ is risen! (Christ is risen indeed! Alleluia! ) That ancient dialogue is music to my ears and heart. But the first Easter cry of, “Christ is risen!”–which emerged from a group of grief-stricken women–did not … Continue reading

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Sermon: Third Sunday in Lent

March 3, 2013 You know I love movies, so last Sunday, when the Academy Awards were held, was one of my high holy days. This year was especially good as the Academy celebrated movie musicals. So in my own personal … Continue reading

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Sermon: First Sunday in Lent

You know I love stories. I love them in any form—movies, plays, books. It is very rare for me to love a story that doesn’t contain at least one character with whom I can identify. And since this tends to … Continue reading

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Midweek services for Lent

In the great drama of liturgy, the church highlights different aspects of how God is at work within and among us. Lent is traditionally a time when the Church focuses on Jesus’ suffering love. This year Trinity invites worshippers to … Continue reading

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