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Stay: taken from the heart of John's gospel, this one-word message from Canon Haddad's sermon invites us to stay connected with the source of life and with each other. Listen to her full sermon here.
Don't miss Dean Lucinda Laird's first sermon of the year! Visit our sermons archive here to listen to her sermon for the First Sunday after the Epiphany.
"The story of Mary on the Fourth Sunday of Advent invites us all to say “me too” to claiming the God-given power within us to confront the power structures of the world that dominate and abuse." Click here to listen to Canon Mary Haddad's sermon for the fourth Sunday of Advent.
"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.
For the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost, Canon Mary Haddad preaches on finding the treasures within— from a collection of Beatles records to the wise bridesmaids’ flasks of oil.
“I, at least, rather like my head where it is.” On this Wednesday feast of All Saints, seminarian-in-residence Tyson Rosberg preaches on the communion of saints in today’s world. Listen to his sermon here.
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.
“Blah blah blah Ginger blah blah blah!” Canon Haddad likens us to our pets in her sermon for the 3rd annual Blessing of the Animals at the 11am service.
Practicing Jesus in an advanced level intensive: Canon Haddad likens his teachings to her recent four-week French language intensive. Listen to her full sermon here.