Why the Ascension?

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  The Rev. Teri Daily   A sermon (with revisions) first given on June 1, 2014… Phyllis Tickle was the founding editor of the Religion Department of Publisher’s Weekly, a writer, a scholar of religion in American, and an Episcopalian.  She was, perhaps, best known for her work on Emergence Christianity.  According to Tickle and […]

Baptism as a Thin Place

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  The Rev. Teri Daily   A sermon for baptism on Revelation 21:10, 22-22:5 and John 5:1-9…   There are moments in our lives when we know for certain that heaven and earth are comingled, moments when a veil is lifted and the most ordinary moment is shot through with divinity.  In Marilynne Robinson’s book […]

Peter’s Pence

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Revelation and Resistance

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  The Rev. Teri Daily   Language has a dual function when it comes to political struggles.  On the one hand, language can serve the powers of oppression and colonialism.  We saw this in South Africa during the days of apartheid.  The Afrikaans language emerged from Dutch and was associated with the apartheid establishment, and […]

Adult Christian Formation

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10:00 am – Adult Forum (Library) Join us for The Gentle Path: Christianity, Spirituality, and the Twelve Steps. Using Richard Rohr’s book, Breathing Underwater as a guide, leader Shane Montgomery will explore the Twelve Steps as a path to deepening our walk with God and take a look at the Christian roots of this methodology […]

I Was Saved When…

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    A sermon for the Easter Vigil… Please tell us the story of when you were saved.  There it was on the application form we needed to fill out to get our daughter into the kindergarten class for four year-olds at a local Christian school.  Of all the options in our town for school […]