A homily for Ash Wednesday, February 26, 2020 Ash Wednesday is the Christian day especially set aside for penitence and seeking of God’s forgiveness, achieved through the reminder of our mortal lives that exist within this creation, the reminder that we are part of this creation of God and when our mortal lives end, we … Continue reading reconciliation
A sermon for the Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost, preached at the 10:30am service Matthew 18:21-35 The message last week was clear: the fulfillment of the law is love. Furthermore, if one sins against you, we are to approach that person seeking reconciliation with them. And if they refuse, we bring in more and more of … Continue reading forgive
a sermon preached on the Second Sunday of Easter, John 20:19-31 Breath is a common and important device used throughout our Holy scriptures. The breath of God moves across creation, creating life, restoring life, marking the presence of the creator God. When Jesus breathes on the gathered disciples today, he does so to pass on … Continue reading receiving Christ through Thomas
Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 We come together today to mark our entrance into the season of Lent, the season of penitence and fasting. Our entrance into this season is marked with a somber reminder of our own mortality, a constant desire to seek forgiveness for the sins of our lives, a sense that we are making … Continue reading an ash wednesday homily
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGOLNieOqHs This is a video of my most recent sermon preached at Grace Episcopal Church DC, my field education site. The full text of the sermon can be found on this blog as the most recent preceding post.