Sermons on Lent

Lent 4 – The Light in Our Darkness

Lent 4 2020Rev. Doug Floyd1 Samuel 16:1–13, Psalm 23, Ephesians 5:1–14, John 9:1–41 As we worship today, all of us feel the stress of our current cultural crisis. We hear daily reports about the danger, the spread, and the unpredictability of this present virus. We watch the stock market tumble and wonder if all our…

Lent 1 – The Generosity of God

Lent 1 2020 – Generosity of GodRev. Doug FloydGenesis 2:4–3:7, Psalm 51, Romans 5:12–21, Matthew 4:1-11 On Monday nights, we’ve been discussing Rowan Williams’ book Being Human. There is one quote from that book that has lingered in my mind over the last several months. In fact, I may have already mentioned it here before. Williams writes, “What is the ‘human face’…

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…

Lent 5

Lent 5B 2018 St. Brendan’s Anglican Church Rev. Hank Williams Proofs of Christ’s Divinity & Humanity What I’m going to do today is continue with Father Doug’s Lenten motif of the shape and abundance of God’s love for us.   (Prelude to Holy Week.) And the first thing that comes to mind with our passages from…