THE SUNDAY SERMON
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Jan 20: Canon Mary Haddad pays homage to praise poet Mary Oliver using the wedding banquet imagery of the water into wine transformation story.
Jan 13: Bishop Pierre Whalon preaches during his visitation and celebration of baptisms at the Cathedral.
Jan 6: Epiphany celebrates inclusion for all people, and epiphanies bring new revelation to our existing ways of thinking or behaving. Dean Laird challenges us to remember that God is always bigger, more inclusive and more creative that we can imagine.
Dec 30: On the sixth day of Christmas, Dean Laird compares how the four Gospels talk about the birth of Christ. What does “the Word became flesh” mean to us today?
Dec 25: Dean Laird invites us to reflect upon three ways we may experience Christmas: through the expectations of a child, in the shadows of grief or nostalgia, or in the daylight of Christmas morning reality.
For the last Sunday in Advent, our seminarian Stephanie invites us to stop, look and breathe into this season and into our feelings.
Good grief, Charlie Brown, isn’t this what Advent is all about?! Canon Mary Haddad connects John the Baptist, Charlie Brown and the Paris protests in a reflection on Advent voices in the wilderness.
Advent: this season of hope. For some this is a depressing season, which is why it may be even more of an invitation to exploration and the discovery of help.
Nov 25: On this last Sunday of the church year, Canon Mary Haddad invites Yogi Jesus to take his rightful place alongside Christ the King in offering an alternative image and voice to the world around us.