Monthly Archives: December 2015

“The Song Within,” Paula Northwood’s sermon, Dec. 20

Hear the Magnificat: “This song of Mary is among the most subversive political texts we know,” Paula Northwood preached Dec. 20, 2015. She recounts the singing–and attempts to sing–of Anabaptists persecuted by other Christians and their willingness to forgive these … Continue reading

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“Natural Disaster, Unnatural Grace”; sermon by Carla J. Bailey, Dec. 13

Advent presents us with profound contrasts, Carla J. Bailey preached on Dec. 13, 2015. “You thought you wanted a warrior-king, but you did not . . . a light in the darkness, the Word made flesh, shepherds and kings . … Continue reading

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“Where Should We Look?” Carla J. Bailey’s Dec. 6 sermon

It is to the wilderness “we must look to hear the word of God. Not the wilderness of towering pines and untraversed paths but the wilderness of anguish, rage, frustration and aggression,” Carla J. Bailey preached on Sunday. To #EndGunViolence, … Continue reading

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