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.
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.
It's Rentrée! And what better way to start than by listening to Dean Lucinda Laird's sermon for the Fourteenth Sunday After Pentecost.
Canon Haddad uses the Abraham and Isaac story as an illustration of revisionist theology that invites us to look again and again at our ongoing narrative and our relationship with God.
The Rev. Canon Mary Haddad extends the gospel command to ‘take no bags’ to the need we all have of sifting through the many unnecessary words, habits and stuff in our lives.