New Day Sermonlent 2 This week we welcomed guest preacher Zach Weiss for Camp Sunday at St. Peter’s. Zach is the Director of Camp Kirchenwald in Colebrook and he preached on the gospel and the importance of camp in Christian formation.
New Day Sermon Lent 1 Trust can be hard. Who do you trust? How well do you trust God? In what ways does God invite us into a trust walk this Lenten season?
New Day Sermon Transfiguration Sunday Mountaintops are magnificent places to be … just ask Peter, James and John, who were present at Jesus’ transfiguration. But eventually we have to come down from the mountaintop and serve as God’s people where they are. It is where God needs us … and where we need to be…
New Day Sermon Epiphany Seven Loser. It’s one of the words we want to avoid at all costs. Yet what if following Jesus and living in the kingdom of God means becoming a holy loser?
We pray The Lord’s Prayer encouraging God to “bring on” the kingdom with a nudging invitation. What if God’s Kingdom is already among us? Perhaps in trying to create our own version of heaven on earth, we miss what God has planned .
New Day Sermon Epiphany 5 Do you get busy working, or do you sit down and listen? Jesus wants you to do both, in this lesson about fishing and discipleship, before our favorite fishermen had been called as disciples.
New Day Sermon Epiphany 4 Ever played truth or dare? What’s your strategy when you play? In today’s Gospel reading from Luke 4 Jesus plays a form of truth or dare…or daring to tell the truth.
New Day Sermon Epiphany 2 Ritual cleansing prepared an individual to participate in something sacred (like worship or a wedding ceremony). Purity’s goal was to open a vertical channel to God, the source of everything sacred. Jesus’ miracle of water to wine created a link between religious practice and the sacredness of horizontal relationships.
New Day Sermon Advent 4 We talk about love all the time. We love food. We love fun. We love each other. But what is love, and how do we experience love in the incarnation?