Monthly Archives: September 2018

Sermon: Reading Bathsheba in the Light of Harvey Weinstein

29 July 2018 — Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: “Before I begin, I feel the need to offer a content warning for this sermon. I’m going to talk about sexual assault today, and if that is a subject that is personally difficult … Continue reading

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Sermon: Family of Choice

10 June 2018 — Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: “Family. That word might bring up all kinds of positive associations for you, and I’m glad for you if that’s the case. I’ll be honest. Family is not a word that makes me … Continue reading

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Sermon: Whom Shall I Send?

27 May 2018 — Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: “Whom shall I send; who will go for us? I wish there was an easy answer to that. By easy, I mean someone who is charismatic, effective, wise, honest, all of that. And … Continue reading

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Sermon: Dying and Rising Again with Jesus

1 April 2018 — Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: “It’s been a truism of Christianity from the very beginning: what happened to Jesus will happen to us, too. That was a really hard thing for Jesus’ first disciples to wrap their minds … Continue reading

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Sermon: Facing Our Fear

11 Mar 2018 — Rev. Gia Hayes-Martin: “According to a YouGov survey from 2014, the thing Americans are most afraid of––more than heights, public speaking, spiders, or flying––what we are most afraid of are snakes. Sixty-four percent of the respondents…” … Continue reading

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