Category Archives: Sermons

Advent Overdrive

It takes very little to get very overwhelmed in the lead up to Advent season. Last week, I explored the theme of preparation in my sermon, based on Luke 1:68-79 and Luke 3:1-6. Preoccupied Preached by The Rev. Sarah Segal … Continue reading

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David the stymied architect

On July 22nd, I offered a sermon based off of the text from 2 Samuel. There is so much to consider in the story of David, but I was intrigued by this particular passage. King David, before the beginning of his … Continue reading

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a flawed hero

I found this sermon from August 31, 2008. It was an experiment for me- it’s not a first person narrative, but it has the feel of first-person. The process of crafting this sermon was wonderful- spiritually and theologically, and it … Continue reading

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