Posts tagged with ‘Walking the Way’

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Epiphany: 2015


In this season of the Epiphany, the light of God shines in our liturgies, from the Baptism of Jesus to his Transfiuration on the mountain.

Advent/Christmas: December 2014


Advent reminds us that faith is a journey, and All Saints’ invites you to join in undertaking our annual Advent pilgrimage.

Sermon For The Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost, October 19, 2014


Exodus 33:12-23  Psalm 99  1 Thessalonians 1:1-10  Matthew 22:15-22 Who is Walking the Way? See all these signs, up and down the aisles? What’s that all about? Who is walking the way? What is the Way? Am I alone? There aren’t enough of us! How can we make this church function without more money and more people? God […]

Sermon for the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost, October 12, 2014


Exodus 32:1-14, Philippians 4:1-9, Matthew 22:1-14 After reading today’s lessons, I wrote an imaginary letter to God. It’s really a letter from any man listing a synopsis of the human complaints about God reflected in today’s lessons. Dear Jehovah: What have you done for me lately? You led me out of bondage in Egypt, but now the […]

Sermon for the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost, October 5, 2014


When I was in kindergarten, we lived on Waikiki Drive. I could walk to school, and I loved the big weeping willow tree in our backyard. My neighbor was also named Ricky. He was older and much bigger, so everyone called him Big Ricky and me, Little Ricky. Once the two Rickys built a fort. […]

Pentecost III: October-November 2014


Our theme for October and November is Walking the Way of Praise. Jesus Christ is the Way, and “walking the way” describes our life choices as Christians.