Briallen Hopper is a divinity student at Yale, a faith blogger, and a future leader of the Church of NALT. She shared her Passion Week sermon with Dan Savage and gave him permission to post it on his blog. This is an incredible piece of writing that get’s to the heart of the the Christian message for us today.
Reflections given as sermons or homilies at a public service. Members of our community take it in turns to preach to the whole community.
My journey of Lent started with an air flight to Los Angeles to visit my daughter and her family last week. I had packed the book Best Laid Plans and… Read More »Who’s Included in the Promise? (Dick Moore’s Homily for Lent 2)
Seventh Sunday after Epiphany, Year A Matthew 5:38-48 Church of the Holy Trinity 20 February 2011 Jesus asks, “What more are you doing than others?” Here at Holy Trinity… Read More »“What more are you doing than others?” Wendy Telfer’s February 20th homily
“Salt of the earth” is one of those phrases that’s entered the language in ways quite different from the original intention. These days, it seems to be mostly a sort… Read More »Maggie Helwig’s Homily (February 6 — Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany)
To remember is to work for Peace – Or – Encompassed A Homily for November 14, Peace Sunday I am ethnically Mennonite, of the Russian variety, and a while back,… Read More »“To Remember is to Work for Peace”, a homily delivered by Rachael Z. Bezanson, Sunday, November 14