Monthly Archives: November 2016

Sermon: After the Election

13 November 2016 — Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: “Can you believe these lessons? I can’t decide if they are the most inappropriate readings imaginable for the Sunday after an election or a pairing of sheer genius. The lectionary, our three-year cycle … Continue reading

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Sermon: Bearing Hardship, Seeking Light

4 September 2016 — Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: “Back before seminary I worked as the communications director for a large Episcopal parish. Part of my job was preparing the service bulletins every week. This parish had a teeny, tiny problem with … Continue reading

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Sermon: Our Place at the Table

28 August 2016 — Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: “Sometime this month, millions of Americans will step into one of the most fraught places in our society—a middle school or high school cafeteria. Middle and high schools have a strict social pecking … Continue reading

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Sermon: God’s Work and Ours

21 August 2016 — Dr. Irene Lawrence: While you were hearing the gospel read just now, there’s a good chance you said to yourself, “Oh, it’s just another healing story” and promptly tuned out. It’s true that Jesus spent a … Continue reading

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