THE SUNDAY SERMON
Here you can listen to the Sunday Sermon by one of our clergy. If you are looking for a particular sermon and it is not posted here, contact email@example.com.
October 7: Click below to listen to Mary Haddad’s sermon for the Blessing of the Animals.
“There’s a reason we’re here together - because it’s together that we are called to do the work of Christ and we need each other. No one does it alone.” Listen to Dean Lucinda Laird’s full sermon for the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost.
September 23: The Sunday sermon is a reflection on Mary Oliver’s poem I Go Down to the Shore and its intersection with the gospel and our work to do.
R-e-s-p-e-c-t, along with Rentrée, two seven letter words spelling out what it means to come home to yourself, the safe, peaceful and calm-filled place. Listen to Canon Mary Haddad‘s sermon from Sunday, Sept. 9th.
Lord of all power and might, increase in us true religion… (collect for Sept. 2). What is true religion? Listen to Dean Lucinda Laird’s full sermon for the Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost.
Listen to Dean Lucinda Laird’s sermon for La Rentrée.
Our long series of Old Testament lessons this summer have followed the life and reign of King David. Today we move to his successor King Solomon. All is not always rosy in the in the ancient Kingdoms of Israel and Judah, and the Old Testament writers are often very critical of their leadership. A dark chapter in our own cathedral’s history during World War II also sheds light on these texts, and the need to speak truth to power. Listen to The Venerable Dr. Walter Baer’s sermon for the thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost.
"We will never hate our way to peace or freedom. We will never hate our way to life or security. Only love can lead us to life, and the bread of that life is offered by the one who said, I AM"
Listen to The Rev. Janet Vincent's full sermon for the Twelth Sunday after Pentecost.
July 8: Canon Mary Haddad offers some summer vignettes on the theme of life’s difficulties and weaknesses. When we face them, they can be transformed into power. Click here to listen to her full sermon.
Click here to listen to Dean Lucinda Laird preaching on King David of the Old Testament in her semon for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost.