Trinity Episcopal Church

Category: Sermons


Living Behind A Farting Ox

Cursed are you who trust in your own strength… blessed are you who trust in God. …Does this mean that God curses us when we’re prideful? That God blesses only those who toady up to him? It’s been a popular…

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I Come From A People Of The F-Bomb

“God, you don’t want me, I like the f-bomb. I like it a lot. I am a woman of the f-bomb and I come from a people of the f-bomb.” But God would take me by the shoulders and shake me clean and clear like an etch-a-sketch. God can restart, wipe clear, and get ready whomever God needs to use.

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The Only Necessary Thing

Paul tells us how it really is: If you can do all these wonderful things and you don’t have love in your heart… you’re a grade-C garage band.

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The Best Moment

…is the moment when you realize you’re wrong. It’s not an easy moment, but it is the moment when you can spontaneously begin to do something different. This is what the people of Israel discovered, and we discover it too, over and over.

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Finding God Where You Least Expect It

The brown bag sermon – where everyone puts something in a brown paper bag and then Mother Sare incorporates every thing inside into the sermon – brings home the idea that we can find God where we least expect it, and that everything we touch and everything we do can remind us of God’s love for us.

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The Second Coming is… what?

The miracle of Christmas is more than perhaps you thought it was. What if the second coming is not what Hollywood says? What if the second coming is you and me? What if the second coming is learning how to love like Jesus lived, and loved like Jesus loved?

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How to Focus on What Matters

Writing from prison, and knowing he’ll die soon, Paul writes to the church at Philipi and encourages them to be happy despite all the evidence to the contrary.

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