Sermons

Lent IIILent III

Lent III

Word Play and the Water of Life

Lent IILent II

Lent II

“My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth.”

Lent 1Lent 1

Lent 1

What does this speak to us as we move through these early days of Lent?

As to a lamp shining in a dark placeAs to a lamp shining in a dark place

As to a lamp shining in a dark place

A sermon for Transfiguration Sunday

Love your enemies?Love your enemies?

Love your enemies?

But do I actually have any enemies?

The BeatitudesThe Beatitudes

The Beatitudes

God’s dream is rooted and grounded in a love that has the power to change the world.

God Says, “amenor”: a sermon for epiphanytideGod Says, “amenor”: a sermon for epiphanytide

God Says, “amenor”: a sermon for epiphanytide

The people who sat in darkness have seen a great light.

Real Risk and Foundational TrustReal Risk and Foundational Trust

Real Risk and Foundational Trust

A sermon to mark the Feast of Epiphany

A Sermon for January 1stA Sermon for January 1st

A Sermon for January 1st

God as one of us is, well, one of us.

Do Not Be Afraid, Joseph

The path you thought you were walking, Joseph, is not the one that now lies before you.

Annunciation in the KitchenAnnunciation in the Kitchen

Annunciation in the Kitchen

A sermon for Advent 3 on Luke 1:26-38

Out of the Stump of JesseOut of the Stump of Jesse

Out of the Stump of Jesse

A sermon for Advent 2 on Isaiah 11:1-10

Where Advent BeginsWhere Advent Begins

Where Advent Begins

You must walk now in the light of the Lord; especially now.

The Reign of ChristThe Reign of Christ

The Reign of Christ

A sermon for November 20. 2016

You’re asking the wrong question | a sermonYou’re asking the wrong question | a sermon

You’re asking the wrong question | a sermon

A sermon from Sunday November 6, 2016 by Rachel Twigg Boyce

Because That’s What God is LikeBecause That’s What God is Like

Because That’s What God is Like

… catch the sense of how freeing it can be to live in the light of God’s “glorious, uproarious, absurd generosity.”