Today is Trinity Sunday. It is unique in our worship as a church because it is one of the few feasts that are celebrated because of a doctrine instead of an event. We are celebrating the unique three-in-oneness of our God. Father-Son-Holy Spirit.
I feel that we often come back to music in the sermon. Last month I preached and talked about how punk gave me a lens to understand the world. And then last week Traci, who … Read More
When we say “the law” in connection with the Old Testament, the Bible, or the church, what comes to mind? Broadly we think of the various law codes that are found throughout the books of … Read More
As most of you know, about a month ago I had some back issues, which landed me in an ambulance on the way to Unity. It was humbling, to say the least, to be unable … Read More
Before we get to the main theme for this morning I want to address the Gospel reading briefly. The story that is told is about Jesus appearing to the disciples following his resurrection, specifically when … Read More
A revolution was in the air. Jesus had been ministering for three years; teaching, healing the sick, having conversations about the kingdom of God with people who normally wouldn’t be included in those conversations, welcoming … Read More
When I was researching the psalms of lament for a paper that I was writing I came across a few quotes that struck me as being quite profound. They are from two very different sources … Read More