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Heidi Olliff: Godly Play Parable of the Mustard Seed

8/12/2018
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Today, in place of a sermon, Heidi Olliff tells the Godly Play Story: The Parable of the Mustard Seed.

Duration:00:09:42

What Relationships Feed You?

8/5/2018
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Jesus' view of relationship has real world, and dare I say, political implications. With God there are no outcasts.

Duration:00:15:24

Rebuilding Sexuality and Gender

7/29/2018
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Bathsheba’s story is a prototypical story. Men have done this to women again and again. How can we break this cycle?

Duration:00:15:39

The Rev. Mike Angell: How Do You Keep Your Heart Open?

7/22/2018
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You and I will probably never live to see a permanent peace between Muslim, Jew, and Christian. We might not live to see peace among our siblings. But we can catch glimpses of the world as it could be. We simply need to practice keeping our hearts open.

Duration:00:14:06

The Rev. Mike Angell: On Citizenship

7/1/2018
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When we have seen citizenship not as a resource to be defended, but as a project to be shared, we have been closer to the dream Jesus has for our world.

Duration:00:19:35

The Rev. Marc Smith: Be Still

6/25/2018
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In whom do we have faith? How can we be still?

Duration:00:11:18

The Rev. Mike Angell: Suicide: How we die matters. How we live matters more.

6/17/2018
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I am convinced that God holds the souls of those who have taken their own life with compassion, with welcome, with love. I trust God welcomes those who die by suicide into the arms of mercy, just as God will welcome each and every one of us.

Duration:00:15:52

The Rev. Mike Angell: Koinonia: The Feast of the Holy Communion

6/3/2018
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Human beings maybe were not made for the sabbath, but we are made for fellowship. We are made for communion. Human beings are made by God, created to challenge the divisions of our world and to come together.

Duration:00:15:06

The Rev. Mike Angell: Pentecost, the Presiding Bishop, and the Royal Wedding

5/20/2018
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God’s Spirit descends that ALL God’s people might hear the good news, that ALL God’s people, the Parthians, the Medes, the Elamites and the residents of Cappadocia, that the Koreans, the Mexicans, the Mexico-Americanos, the descendants of enslaved and free Africans and even the Anglo-Americans might know they are redeemed, they are forgiven, they are loved. Folks of every tribe and language and people and nation. God’s children of every orientation, and gender expression, and ability, and...

Duration:00:15:29

The Rev. Mike Angell: Mothering Love: Betrayal and Grace

5/13/2018
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To talk about Mothers, to talk about motherhood, is to deal with dirty laundry. To discuss such an intimate relationship as the one between parent and child, without over-sentimentalizing, means we sometimes have to cut through the Hallmark propaganda.

Duration:00:16:01

The Rev. Mike Angell: I Have Called You Friends

5/6/2018
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Christ’s friendship carries us to a new country, a new way of living, of being. Jesus proposed moving society to a place where everyone, every class and kind and age, and race and orientation and gender and ability, where everyone was gathered together around a table. Indeed Christ said that this sharing, this friendship, was already how God sees us.

Duration:00:16:22

Theology on Tap: Faith and Science, from the Gallows to the Dissection Table

5/5/2018
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At Theology on Tap, Dr. Rebecca Messbarger talks about the surprising story of Pope Benedict XIV's love of science and dissection as we ask how faith and science can be related.

Duration:00:22:58

The Rev. Mike Angell: Diversity is Strength

4/29/2018
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Like Philip and the other early followers of Jesus discovered, the Gospel is bigger than any one of us, bigger than any one identity. To fully see the beauty of God’s good news, we are going to have to try and wrap our embrace around the whole of humanity. To fully know the love of God, we have to learn to love, learn to be loved by all sorts and categories of people.

Duration:00:17:16

The Rev. Marc Smith- The Good Shepherd

4/23/2018
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Our priest associated, the Rev. Marc Smith preaches about agriculture, God, and the Good Shepherd.

Duration:00:12:00

Ostentatious Vulnerability

4/15/2018
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What would it mean for the church if we told the whole story of God, the whole story of Jesus? What would it mean if we embraced the messy, frustrating, the imperfections? What would it mean for our faith if we knew, deep in our bones, that God stood in solidarity with the wounded? That therefore God stands with each of us? What could it mean if we showed up, all of us, if our WHOLE community stood together, if no one was left out? What would it mean for our world if we each showed up, our...

Duration:00:15:13

The Rev. Chester Hines: Dr. King, Doubting Thomas, and Faith

4/8/2018
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Deacon Chester Hines preaches about Doubt, Faith, Thomas, and Dr. King.

Duration:00:18:07

Easter: Go to Galilee

4/1/2018
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Where is your Galilee? Where does the Risen Christ invite you to go, to look, to listen, and to recognize him at work, already ahead of you?

Duration:00:15:51

The Rev. Beth Scriven Easter Vigil: The Resurrection is Harder than we Expected

4/1/2018
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The Rev. Beth Scriven preaches at the Easter Vigil. The Resurrection is both more frightening and more enlivening than we can imagine.

Duration:00:08:44

We Call this Friday Good

3/30/2018
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Faced with our injustice, faced with our sin, God chooses forgiveness. God chooses grace. God chooses love. This Friday is good.

Duration:00:13:13

The Rev. Marc Smith: Maundy Thursday: Movement and Action

3/30/2018
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Tonight our movement takes us to the room where Jesus' disciples gathered for one last meal together. Jesus bends to wash their feet.

Duration:00:09:28