The Ven. Dr. Walter Baer, Archdeacon of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, preached on the Transfiguration. Using imagery from C.S. Lewis’s novel, Out of the Silent Planet, and Lewis’s essay, The Weight of Glory, Archdeacon Baer describes how Christ’s glory is revealed in each of us. Click here to listen to his full sermon.Read More
The Most Rev. Joris Vercammen is Archbishop of the Old Catholic Diocese of Utrecht. In that role, he is also chair of the International Bishops Conference of the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht. The churches of the Anglican Communion including the Episcopal Church have been in full communion with the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht since the Bonn Agreement in 1931. Click here to listen to his sermon for the Fifth Sunday after Epiphany.Read More
"God has loved us into being. We do not know what the next part of our journey will look like, but we do know that what we do with this one wild and precious life matters. How do we respond to God’s gift, God’s abundance, God’s love?" Listen to Dean Lucinda Laird's sermon for the 24th Sunday after Pentecost here.Read More
In her Sunday Sermon, Dean Laird affirms that it is possible to know the reality of suffering and sadness, but also to know the greater reality of God’s love under and in all things. And that is cause for rejoicing.Read More
For the seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost, Canon Haddad explores “by what authority” Jesus taught in the temple and, by extension, the same authority we are given to challenge and question unjust authority and misguided power.
Listen to her full sermon here.