Jeff Frey preaches about how his father learned to see his gifts and, in time, how Jeff did, too.
Listen here to Drew Sanborn and Margaret Lindsey Sanborn preach about what it’s like to wait and wait . . . and wait and what comes to fill the waiting—hope, fear, darkness, light.
Today’s sermon is part of our sermon series, How the Light Gets In, about the times that crack us open and how we find God even in the midst of pain, suffering, and challenge. This sermon includes a brave and powerful testimony shared by Caroline DesRoches. Listen here to how Caroline’s hardest time, the loss of […]
Works Cited: Jan Richardson’s Blessing, “Blessing the Dust,” is published in her book, A Circle of Grace: A Book of Blessings for the Seasons, can also be found online here. The Rev. Lori Ensign is the wonderful minister and designer and facilitator of the broken pot workshop, which she shared with me in the winter of 2015 in […]
A short reflection on this Joyful Sunday Celebration of Baptisms and New Members Joining! Mark 9:2-9 Six days later, Jesus took with him Peter and James and John, and led them up a high mountain apart, by themselves. And he was transfigured before them, and his clothes became dazzling white, such as no one[a] on […]
Listen here to today’s scripture passage read in three voices, and to our meditation on Samaria, the well, the unnamed woman, and the hydor zao – the “living water.”
Today’s sermon, on the music of our faith and how so much of our work as Christians is not to understand but to encounter is posted here. Many thanks to our Music Director Jeremy and to our Choir for their music. Works Cited, or Explained The Marcus Borg quote is from Speaking Christian: Why Christian Words Have Lost […]
Today’s message, on the water that turns to wine, is posted here. What is it God is inviting you to do in this moment, Beloved of God? Like what you hear? You are always welcome to join us. Worship is at 10am on Sundays. We would love to have you join us in the pews.
When our angels and sheep had gone downstairs after our pageant today, we quieted down to listen to Mary’s yes. Join us here in contemplating seeds that only burst forth in fire and what it means to say “yes” to God. Works Cited/Consulted: Andrew Hudgin’s poem, “The Cestello Annunciation,” published in Upholding Mystery: An Anthology of […]
Sometimes in Maine we spend the hour after worship sharing about the best places around to see moose. And this, we believe, is sacred work. Listen here to see why we were talking about moose, and to join us in the “already and not yet” nature of Advent work. Citation: Quotation about time from […]