Posts Tagged "change"


Songs of Faith (Advent 1)


Posted By on Dec 4, 2019

The way that things are is not the way that they need to be. Another way of saying that is the way that the world currently works is not the way that it has to stay. This is why Mary sang songs of revolution to her son (Luke 1: 46-55). In fact, we are formed by the songs that we sing. Jesus’ mom gives us a great example. It all begins with a very simple prayer, “May it be unto me as you have said”. Enjoy this sermon...

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Exposed by Change (sermon notes)

Exposed by Change (sermon notes)


Posted By on May 2, 2018

I don’t like losing my keys. Not because of the inconvenience, or being late, or turning over every leaf and cushion to find them. I don’t like losing my keys because of what it exposes in me.   Normally I am a fairly competent, thoughtful, productive, spiritual, kind, and generally easy-going person. When I lose my keys, those attributes are in a danger of being exposed as a façade. I am afraid that all of those good things...

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The Becoming

The Becoming


Posted By on Oct 22, 2017

UPDATE: here is the audio from the homily [link]  There are times of day and times in life that signal transition. Different cultures and different languages express them in unique ways. In American English we have night, pre-dawn, dawn, sun-up, morning, mid-morning, noon, mid-afternoon, dusk, sunset, evening, and after-dark. We do this for ages as well: infants, toddlers, pre-K, adolescents, teens, young adults, adults,...

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Join The Conversation


Posted By on Jul 11, 2017

Our theme this week: Is all change good?  If you want to think about some questions ahead of time: What is the biggest change that you have seen in society during your lifetime? What has changed the most for you in the past 20 years? What is one change that would you undo if you could? We hope that you will come and join us this Sunday at 10:30 am as we practice being a conversational community. ...

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