Below is my recorded sermon from this year's Easter Vigil at St. Andrew's. You can find the lectionary texts here, but if you're familiar with the story of Christ's resurrection, you'll be able to follow the sermon without having read the texts. The song referenced in the sermon is "Rescue" by Lauren Daigle. You can … Continue reading Why I love Easter Vigil
The Episcopal Church has recently released a Rule of Life for Christians called the Way of Love. The Way consists of 7 steps: Turn, Learn, Pray, Worship, Bless, Go, and Rest. During the season after Epiphany, my colleague and I have been offering sermons on these steps, one each Sunday. Below you can find my … Continue reading The Way of Love: Learn
When did you learn to pay attention to your body? To listen to it carefully, interact with it gently, tend to its needs with the care you’d offer any other creature you love? I’m working on this in my life. I occasionally comment to my therapist that it’s been easier for me to do this … Continue reading Learning my body’s language
Sermon given at St. Andrew's on January 28, 2018. The lessons for the day can be found here and include Jesus casting out an unclean spirit. The song I reference is Nichole Nordeman's "Hold On." You can listen to it here.
Sermon given October 29, 2017, at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. You can read the day's lessons here.