Monthly Archives: December 2017

Is There Room Enough? Christmas Eve, December 24, 2017

Here is Pastor Judith Reedy’s Christmas eve sermon on Luke 2:1-20, which calls us to make room for God and God’s creation–especially those in most need, since that is who God visited, that first Christmas morning.  Blessings and Christmas light to all.

Nothing Will Be Impossible with God–December 24, 2017–Advent 4

Here is Reverend Becky Hensley’s sermon for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, on the Annunciation–Luke 1:26-38.  It is a powerful invitation to say Yes to God, every day, as so many prophets, saints, laborers for justice and regular folks have done for millennia.  Blessings!–Advent%204.mp3

An Angel in Camel’s Clothing–December 10, 2017, the second Sunday of Advent

Pastor Judith Reedy preaches on the beginning of God’s Good News (Mark 1:1-8), John the Baptist’s message of hope, calling us to repent–to see the world differently, in preparation for the coming of the infant Jesus and the Christ.

Remember to Tell Your Children…, December 3, 2017–First Sunday of Advent/Global Migration Sunday

Pastor Judith Reedy’s reflection on Matthew 2:13-14, the Holy Family’s flight to Egypt: Tell your children the story of migration, of hope, and of anticipation of a place at a bigger table.  Includes a reflection by Mr Bill Holston of Human Rights Initiative on migration, asylum, and the call to welcome.