3rd Sunday of Lent A Sermon from Joanna Manning We read from Exodus the Romans and the Gospel of John. Homily is provided by Joanna Manning and service coordinated by Bill Whitla, Presided by Rev. Pam Trondson, readers include Kevin Bezanson, Bill Aide, Len Desroches and Ann Bisch.
Second Sunday of Lent A Sermon from Len Desroches We read from the Letter of Paul to the Romans and the Gospel of John. Homily is provided by Leonard Desroches and service coordinated by Beth Baskin, Presided by Rev. James Ferry, readers include Dianna Rogers and Joanna Manning.
Fifth Sunday after Epiphany – Sunday Gathering A Sermon from Joanna Manning This week we read from Isaiah, Book of Psalm and the Gospel According to Matthew. The sermon is offered by Joanna Manning, readers include Marilyn Dolmage, Kimberley Yetman Dawson and Len Desroches, musical coordination from Allison Leyton-Brown and service coordinated by Pam Trondson.
Fourth Sunday after Epiphany – Sunday Gathering A Sermon from Leonard Desroches This week we read from Micah and Gospel According to Matthew. The sermon is offered by Leonard Desroches, readers include Marilyn Dolmage and Rob Shropshire, musical coordination from Allison Leyton-Brown and service coordinated by Vivian Harrower.
Keith Nunn co-ordinator, preacher and presiderAllison Leyton-Brown music co-ordinatorDave Butko technical co-ordinator Sermon only
I won’t spend time this morning on the dispute between Jesus and the Pharisees about the question of of healing someone on the sabbath. Instead I will focus on the question of healing itself, prompted by the story of a healing in today’s gospel reading. I’ll just offer a few reflections and raise a few […]
By Len DesrochesAugust 7, 2022 To someone like MLK or Dorothy Day reading the gospels is an affirmation of radical nonviolence. There are also scripture scholars who have a personal commitment to reading the gospels from the perspective of radical nonviolence. Two of these are Walter Wink and Clarence Jordan. Wink once expressed his perspective […]
A Sermon from Joanna Manning In the spring of 2008, I met Julia Esquivel, whose poem we have just heard. I was in my first year of training for ordination and I had got permission to do part of my internship at the church in Santa Maria del Quiche, high up in the mountains of […]