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Yearly Archives: 2014

The song of two Marys

The song of two Marys

Sermon preached by Anita Fast on November 15th, 2014. Exodus 14:5-31; 15:20-21 and Luke 1:39-55 When I was a child of about 10 or 11, I went along with my best friend, her mother, and their dog, Phoebe, to the local Woolco department store so that my friend’s mom could pick up a few items ... Read More
 
Proclaiming peace to those far off and those nearby

Proclaiming peace to those far off and those nearby

Sermon given by Henry Krause on Peace Sunday, 9th September 2014. Canada is at war. We have identified an enemy that is merciless and with seemingly no moral compass. Innocent civilians by the thousands have been murdered and displaced – a just war if ever there was one. We have daily briefings on what our ... Read More
 

Easter Sunday: Well, can you just imagine that?

By Henry Krause. Based on a sermon given Easter Sunday, April 20th, 2014. PRESENCE OF POSSIBILITIES ~ by Susan McCaslin Let the hinges of our hearts swing open to things we can’t explain – the unexpected remission of a stubborn cancer, birth of a child when conception is deemed ‘impossible’, release from a longstanding addiction, ... Read More
 

What me? worry?

Based on a sermon given Feb 23, 2014 Jesus tells us in Matthew’s gospel ‘do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing?…indeed your heavenly Father knows that you ... Read More
 

What’s a rich person like me to do?

From a sermon given February 16, 2014 sermon (Matthew 6.19-24) The Sermon on the Mount begins with blessings, the ones we call the beatitudes. These sayings seem to me to bless two kinds of people. There are those who are having a hard go of it – the poor, those who are in mourning, the ... Read More