In a reflective and intimate service lit by the Paschal candle and many other candles, parishioners read multiple stories of God’s saving deeds in history and prayed for the fulness of redemption. With the arrival of Easter just hours away, Father Brad preached this homily.
Listen to Father Brad Toebben’s sermon from Palm Sunday, March 25th, which draws on the reading of the Passion from Mark’s Gospel (15:1-47), the Epistle (Phillipans 2:5-11) and Hebrew Scripture (Isiaih 50:4-9a). Sermon3-25
Deacon Sheila takes us back through her journey to ordination. We pray for Dick Berndt, who was hospitalized last week. The Practice of Ministry in the City by Rev. Canon Elizabeth Kaeton You gotta get down, way down to the front lines; learn to see and hear from the bottom of your feet; Cultivate […]
Almost anyone would consider sections of the Letters of St. Paul to be problematic to say the very least. This week our guest preacher Melesa Skoglund transforms a classic Paul haranguing into a mediation on the challenges of speaking truth to leisure-loving, sexy old Corinth.