Find out what's happening at St. Paul's

Sermons

Sermons

Praise the Lord: Align with God

February 28, 2021

Praise the Lord, all you who fear the Lord. All the children of Jacob; all the people of Israel. Praise the Lord all the nations; to the ends of the…


First Sunday of Lent

February 21, 2021

In typical “Mark fashion,” our Gospel lection this morning gives us a fast-paced progressionof three major experiences in Jesus’ life. Compared to Matthew and Luke, Mark’s accounts of Jesus’ baptism,…


Remember

February 7, 2021

Remember. Remember who GOD IS. Remember what you learned on your grandmother’s lap. Remember what you’ve always known. Remember what GOD has done. See what GOD is doing. Here is…


Stumbling Blocks or Love Steps?

January 31, 2021

Have you ever had a discussion or even a disagreement with someone? You know what you’re talking about; the facts are on your side and you lay them all out…


Paul’s Conversion; and Mine and Yours?

January 24, 2021

Would you believe I happened to be assigned to preach here at St. Paul’s four years ago this very Sunday? Inaugurations provided a through line for my sermon, while walking…


Come and See

January 17, 2021

How often do you hear or say, “Look at this” or “Listen to this,” every day – in conversation or on TV or social media? How often do you hear…


How goes your soul before God?

January 10, 2021

During seminary, I was part of a small group that met weekly for self examination, mutual care and -discernment. Our time together was governed by one question, “How goes your…


This Changes Everything

January 6, 2021

As is not unusual for me, a song has been on repeat in my head for weeks, but this is not an ear-worm I’m tired of hearing. It’s composer Morten…


Joy to the World!

December 24, 2020

When the angel Gabriel came to Mary and told her she would bear a Son and he would be Great and all those wonderful things, I bet she didn’t expect…


“The Word became flesh and, so too, the Flesh becomes word”

December 27, 2020

“And the Word became flesh and lived among us.” (John 1:14) Well, we’ve finally arrived, haven’t we? Arrived at the fullness of the proclamation of our Christmas gospel. We’ve traveled…