3rd Sunday after Pentecost - Year C
June 05, 2016
The Rev. Emily Heath
About two years ago I moved to New Hampshire. I had always known about the New Hampshire primaries, but I had no idea what it felt like to actually live through them. 2016 has changed that for me.
My study at the church looks out on the parking lot of the neighboring town hall. It's a favorite for presidential candidates who want to get a shot of themselves speaking to a crowd adorned in red, white, and blue. And all throughout January, candidate after candidate pulled up with their entourage and news trucks in tow.
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April 19, 2015
The Rev. Dr. Stephen Montgomery
In the account of the encounter in the upper room, Luke answers the questions, where do we go to find the sacred center, where we can find God? Dr. Steve Montgomery says Luke makes it clear that the physical, earthly, flesh and blood world is real and valuable enough for God to inhabit the person of Jesus of Nazareth and the person of the Risen Lord.
April 20, 2014
The Rev. Marek Zabriskie
Easter faith is about reaching out. No small acts of service will solve the unspeakable problems that besiege our world. But that’s not how Christians view it. Every dollar, every kind word, every deed and act of Christian love is part of the great cosmic drama inspired by God’s reaching out to us when Jesus rose from the grave.
April 24, 2011
The Rev. Pam Driesell
In her Easter message based on John 20, the Rev. Pam Driesell says, "Easter is not a promise that your business or family or the church or the world will be 'like it used to be,' or even that your pulse will go on beating forever. It is a promise that the power that gave you a pulse will never, ever abandon you."
April 10, 2011
The Rev. Dr. Wiley Stephens
The story of Jesus' raising of his friend Lazarus from death (John 11) illustrates that what appears to be an ending can in fact be a beginning--a truth that can give us hope amidst our grief.