Sermons by Rev. Isaac Bradshaw

His Judgement Cometh and that Right Soon!

Pentecost +24 2020Rev. Isaac BradshawZephaniah 1:7, 12–18, Psalm 90:1-12, 1 Thessalonians 5:1–10, Matthew 25:14-30 If you’ve been alive in the past 30 years or so, you might recognize that phrase from the movie The Shawshank Redemption. It’s a cross-stitch panel, and hangs, framed and prominently, in the office of Warden Norton, the warden of Shawshank Prison, where Andy Dufrense serves his life…

Love One Another

Pentecost +21 2020Rev. Isaac BradshawExodus 22:21-27, Psalm 1, 1 Thessalonians 2:1–8, Mathew 22:34-46 In 2000, I  discovered one of my favorite movies of all time. Maybe you’ve not, shame on you. Fear not, we will be seeking the Lord’s absolution for our sins in a few minutes and you can deal with it then. It’s…

Ash Wednesday

Rev. Isaac Bradshaw Ash WednesdayJoel 2:1-2, 12-17, Psalm 103, 2 Cor 5:20-6:10, Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21 You Are Not Alone Way back, years ago, Alanis Morrisette sang a song; it was probably the one that first brought her to serious public attention. Anyone remember what it was? Ironic! Yes a song about some things going wrong when they feel like they should be…

Christ the King

Christ the KingRev. Isaac BradshawNovember 23, 2019 Christ the King Well, what a busy week we have this week! I mean, it’s New Year’s Eve! Right? And it’s Christ the King Sunday! And this week is one of my favorite feast days! Anyone know what it is? WRONG!!! It’s the Feast of the Holy Sovereigns!…

St. Francis Day

St. Francis Day October 6, 2019 Rev. Isaac Bradshaw Jeremiah 22:13–16, Psalm 148:7-14, Galatians 6:14–18, Matthew 11:25–30 Collect – Most high, omnipotent, good Lord, grant your people grace to renounce gladly the vanities of this world; that, following the way of blessed Francis, we may for love of you delight in your whole creation with…

The Way of Love

+13 Pentecost September 8, 2019 Rev. Isaac Bradshaw Philemon and Luke 14:25-34 What if?. In the world of science fiction, alternative histories have a long and distinguished career. As early as 1937, authors as diverse as Philip Roth, Katherine Burdekin and Harry Turtledove have imagined a history of humanity that took a slightly different turn. From potboilers and pulp fiction to works…