“Stones of Love,” Gary W. Smith’s sermon, Aug. 2, 2015

A wedding and two baptisms: a story of sacramental events that affirm community and create ripples of influence, offered by the Rev. Gary W. Smith, Aug. 2, 2015, at Plymouth Congregational Church.

Gary W. Smith, Interim Senior Minister


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“Leftover Miracles”; sermon by Jeffrey Sartain, July 26, 2015

“For some of us that [invitation] will come as a call to acts of social justice: breaking down barriers, ending homelessness, dismantling racism, or liberating the oppressed. For others the invitation may come less stridently. Some feel the invitation to give of their wealthy more freely. Your call might be to find a more tender heart with someone they have not been able to forgive. Yet someone else will be called to sit quietly with an elder, or mentor a child, or to commit yourself to pray for others—which is no small gift to be sure . . .,” Jeffrey Sartain, from “Leftover Miracles,” his sermon on Sunday, July 26, 2015.

Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Sartain, Minister
Plymouth Congregational Church

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“Stillness”; Catherine Crooks’s sermon, July 19, 2015

The truth of Celtic spirituality that there is no space between the spiritual world and the physical world is being revealed now, Catherine Crooks preached on Sunday, July 19. Even as members of our own families who have passed away still are present, so are the nine people murdered in Charleston’s Mother Emanuel AME church. Join in weekly services of remembrance, repentance and hope for healing for the Mother Emanuel 9 (Plymouth hosts July 29, 6 p.m.). Join in resolving to strive for racial justice, with our Racial Justice Working Group.

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