Posts Tagged: Matthew

Worshiping Together in Different Places–Online Worship on the eleventh Sunday after Pentecost (Year A)

    .   . Mountain river baptism, photograph from the Vanderbilt University Library, https://i.pinimg.com/originals/b3/5c/ff/b35cff5a4e405a324ca5e8d7853faae5.jpg   .   Welcome to Worship on Sunday, August 16, 2020. During this time of worship you may wish to have a candle to light and to have bread and a beverage for communion — whatever you have available will… Read more

Worshiping Together in Different Places–Online Worship on the third Sunday after Pentecost (Year A)

  . https://www.wga.hu/art/g/giovanni/udine/study3.jpg  | Giovanni Da Udine; Study of a Flying Sparrow; 1515-20; Red chalk and gouache, 138 x 168 mm; Nationalmuseum, Stockholm   . Welcome to worship on Sunday, June 21, 2020. During this time of worship you may wish to have a candle to light and to have bread and a beverage for… Read more

020517 – Of Salt, Lamps, and Buckets

Put your baskets away, Jesus tells his disciples. All may seem grim, and dangers abound, but now is not the time to retreat into safe conclaves. In the darkness, the light shines all the brighter, and the good news is God intends us to be light in the world. Listen as we explore examples of… Read more

010817 – At the Water’s Edge

Baptism of Our Lord Sunday Matthew’s gospel is the story of Emmanuel, God with Us. Jesus’s baptism marks God’s solidarity with humankind. The voice that speaks from the heavens is a voice not for Jesus alone, as in Mark and Luke’s gospels, but is a voice for the people: “This is my Son, chosen and… Read more