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Sermons by Rev. Canon Julie A. Cicora of St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Henrietta, NY - jcicora@stpetershenrietta.org. We extend a warm welcome to all visitors. Join us for Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the Sanctuary at St. Peter’s Church, 3825 E. Henrietta Rd Henrietta, NY 14467. Nursery Care is available for children below Sunday School age or you may bring your child with you to attend the service. Our Induction Loop Amplification System allows the hearing impaired in the c ...
 
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The drowning of the pigs is not good news to everyone, as itturns out, it is certainly not good news to the swine herders, the farmers whoowned these pigs, the people whose economic livelihood depended on thesecreatures of God that they have come to possess. This upheaval and subversionof the system is not welcomed by these and not welcomed by thos…
 
Sermon Podcast: "Greenhouses for Hope" The Very Rev. Bernard J Owens June 12, 2022 “Greenhouses for Hope,” a sermon by the Very Rev. Bernard J Owens at Trinity Cathedral on the Trinity Sunday. The post Sermon Podcast: “Greenhouses for Hope” appeared first on Trinity Episcopal Cathedral.TrinityNetAdmin による
 
Sunday Service from St. Cross Episcopal Church in Hermosa Beach, CA. One License number: A-728083This week's bulletin: https://www.stcross.org/uploads/images/the-day-of-pentecost-2022-10am-eucharistic-prayer-c-w-baptism_598.pdfThe Rev. Stephen Smith による
 
The message of the Holy Spirit was being sent to all. It was accessible to all because God is seeking a relationship with all. Today is called Trinity Sunday and it celebrates the three expressions of the Trinity that we address in our prayers throughout our services, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.Our tradition has tended to be steeped in masculine …
 
Sermon Podcast:"Scribbles and Straight Lines" The Rev. Adrienne Koch June 5, 2022 “Scribbles and Straight Lines,” a sermon by the Rev. Adrienne Koch at Trinity Cathedral on the Day of Pentecost. The post Sermon Podcast: “Scribbles and Straight Lines” appeared first on Trinity Episcopal Cathedral.TrinityNetAdmin による
 
All of a sudden, the disciples are speaking. All thedisciples, by the way. Their first language is probably Hebrew or Aramaic,which is a dialect of Hebrew. And instead of speaking the Gospel in their ownlanguage, they're now speaking the language in whatever language, the peoplearound them speak. The first thing the Holy Spirit does to make people …
 
Sermon Podcast:"Freedom From Slavery, Freedom From Ownership" The Very Rev. Bernard J Owens 5-29-2022 “Freedom From Slavery, Freedom From Ownership,” a sermon by the Very Rev. Bernard J Owens at Trinity Cathedral on the seventh Sunday of Easter. Attribution: JESUS MAFA. The mission to the world, from Art in the Christian Tradition, a project of the…
 
Every morning at my son's Montessori school in theCincinnati public school district, they take two minutes to center themselvesto begin a new day. A chance to embrace their school motto, peace, love, andPRM. Every child is given the opportunity to pray in their own way at school andno one is excluded from this time of daily reflection, I decided to…
 
The Rev. Adrienne Koch Sermon Podcast: (not Iscariot) 5-22-2022 “(not Iscariot),” a sermon by the Rev. Adrienne Koch at Trinity Cathedral on the sixth Sunday of Easter. Artwork: “Christ Taking Leave of the Apostles,” Duccio di Buoninsegna, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons” The post Sermon Podcast: (not Iscariot) appeared first on Trinity Episco…
 
What kind of Christians are we? Throughout Easter we've been focusing on these readings from the Book of Acts. We've been preaching from that space and we've been listening to these stories of the early church and the first believers and how they became the church. And it's been a little bit uncomfortable for us, Episcopalians, because we're hearin…
 
This sheet comes down. Peter sees all these animals that he's supposed to stay away from. And the voice from above from God says, Peter kill and eat. And Peter says, no, absolutely not. He thinks, you're testing me. I know this one. I don't get to eat those things. Three times this happened. And three times Peter says, no, I know the rules. And God…
 
In this sermon, Meg invites us to think about our Gospel passage through the lens of theologian Stanley Hauerwas. In the midst of broken world, the first task of the church is to be the church --- to show up and love one another as Christ so loves us.Meg Stapleton Smith による
 
...we now hear of another potential crisisand the overturning of protection for women's autonomy, and their health andreproductive decisions. There is a temptation for us to stand back becausethere are simply too many crises. There are too many things that seem to befalling apart and we may choose to stand back, particularly if we don't feelthat we…
 
I don't have a great story where Jesus knocked me down andblinded me and then said, get your act together, DeVaul. That didn't happen.But this Sunday, this year, I'm out there, I'm watching those folks and I'mstanding with some of you and we're ringing bells and we're cheering people on.And I see the truth. It's not like, 'oh, this is a good thing,…
 
On the third Sunday of Easter, we hear the story about Jesus appearing on the shore to have breakfast with the disciples. He helps them catch a lot of fish and then questions Peter. This story has a specific Easter message for us about faith, grace, and joy.The Rev. Marissa S. Rohrbach による
 
So many folks are feeling isolated, lonely, even despair. Many are finding that the comfort they once might have found in a faith tradition, no longer works for them in the complexity, and with which they understand life today. So many are feeling threatened by actions being taken to curtail their rights, their freedoms. And so many are experiencin…
 
I'm a very cynical person. You don't know that. Cause I getup here and talk about love, which I believe in. But the power of love issomething that has overcome me and has to fight daily with my cynicism. So forinstance, you know, you'll meet people who have kids, or maybe they're ateacher that teaches and they go like, man, those kids teach me more…
 
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