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Grace Downtown is an inwardly growing, outwardly serving church community in Downtown Washington, DC. Each week, we will share the latest sermon from Grace Downtown plus a second recording from the Grace Downtown archives, which include classes, events and sermons from throughout Grace Downtown's history. Grace Downtown is part of Grace DC, one church made up of a network of congregations serving and worshiping throughout Washington, DC.
 
The sermon podcast from Eucharist Church in downtown Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. We post Sunday sermons by Kevin Makins, Jill Trites, and others in our community and beyond. We also have a mid-week podcast featuring interviews and conversations on a range of churchy stuff. While we are grateful for anyone who listens in online, we also want to help people find good local communities. Contact us if you need a church recommendation in your area. Finally, we are fundraising to repair our "new" 1 ...
 
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St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

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St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

Saint Mary's Episcopal Church - Eugene, OR

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Sermons and other recordings from St. Mary's Episcopal Church has been in downtown Eugene for over 150 years to worship, serve, and grow in faith. Guided by the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, we value community, inclusiveness, compassion, our living tradition, health, and collaborative leadership. All are welcome at St. Mary's, no matter what age, ethnicity or race, gender identity, sexual orientation or economic and social circumstances.
 
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Let us pray: May these words be your words O Lord, spoken and shared for your glory and the good of your people. Amen. The summer before my ordination, as part of my training, I worked as a chaplain at RiverBend Hospital. I was assigned to the intensive care unit and very quickly came face to face with death. My clinical pastoral educator, my chapl…
 
If anyone experienced the dissonance between what God's people say they believe and how they actually act... it was Jesus. It literally got him killed. And yet when speaking about his own tradition and story, he didn't dismiss what came before him, but said he was here to fulfill it. What does it mean to fulfill the story you've received, even whil…
 
Jesus is the Incarnation of God in this world, and if God wants a new thing, God can do a new thing. And God does a new thing in Jesus. But this new thing that God is doing in Jesus is not a sharp break with the past. When God becomes incarnate in Jesus, God becomes incarnate in a deep and rich tradition. And Jesus is faithful to that tradition. We…
 
This year we have been working our way through Mark's Gospel. That’s how our lectionary works. It's a three-year cycle. We get the year of Matthew, the year of Mark, the year of Luke. The fourth Gospel, John, gets sprinkled throughout the others to fill in some holes, to round out some edges, to provide some seasoning, but fundamentally we get thre…
 
Let us pray: Good and loving God, bless us with the awareness of your presence here today, inhabit these words, speak to our hearts, in the name of your Son who came to serve. Amen. Over the course of the past few weeks Mark’s Gospel has presented us with good insight into God’s operating system, the divine way of relating to and with humanity. And…
 
What a Gospel we just heard! The story of the camel, the rich man, and the eye of the needle. It's a tough one, and we might find ourselves asking, is Jesus talking to me? Is Jesus really asking me to sell everything I have and give it all to those who are living in poverty? We might find ourselves thinking, that's too much, Jesus. I can't do that.…
 
We're about to embark on a journey into the heart of Jesus' message, his teaching known as "The Sermon on the Mount". But before we ascend the mountain and sit at his feet, let's first ask another question: What exactly is a Christian, anyways? ___ We're now gathering in person, Sundays at 10:30 and 1pm, with a kids program outside, concurrent with…
 
We're gathering in person again! Please join us at either 10:30 or 1pm every Sunday. "Who Are We Now?" walks through five values that have shaped our community. These arose through an organic process of listening and together naming what God was up to within Eucharist. Those values are: Table, Place, Participation, Pioneering, and Creativity. Of co…
 
"Who Are We Now?" walks through five values that have shaped our community. These arose through an organic process of listening and together naming what God was up to within Eucharist. Those values are: Table, Place, Participation, Pioneering, and Creativity. Of course, these values impact us differently in 2021. What does it mean to live them out …
 
What a story we have been given in our first reading from Numbers today. It is a story that profoundly resonates with me in this moment we find ourselves in the pandemic. The story takes place during that desert wilderness period, those forty years between their liberation from their slavery in Egypt and before they enter into the Promised Land. Th…
 
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