claiming one’s right in faith

A sermon for the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost, preached at the 5:30pm Saturday and 10:30am Sunday services Mark 5:21-43 We have two stories today. It might seem odd at first glance that Mark would choose to insert a full story and illustration into the middle of what appears to be a perhaps entirely unrelated different … Continue reading claiming one’s right in faith


on baseball and tradition

A short article written for the June 2018 Cathedral Chimes We all know the Episcopal Church is an institution that loves its sense of tradition. We are very particular about how we approach the beauty of our liturgy, the expression of our faith, the spread we put out for coffee hour, because of the traditions … Continue reading on baseball and tradition

born again

A sermon for Trinity Sunday, preached at the 5:30pm Saturday and 10:30am Sunday Services John 3:1-17 By a show of hands, who here has been born again? Every single baptized Christian here today should have their hand held high. Being born again is not language that we typically are comfortable with in the Episcopal Church. … Continue reading born again