Monthly Archives: November 2015

Christ the King

November 22, 2015, The Rev. Kate Wesch preaching

Today’s gospel reading is out of context from what we have been hearing in recent weeks and from what we will be hearing as Advent begins next Sunday. It is from the end of John and is a conversation between Jesus and Pilate. The reason we are hearing this today is because this Sunday marks the Feast of Christ as King, even though the text clearly shows that Jesus is not any kind of earthly king. Read more

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After the Birth Pangs: Reconciliation

November 15, 2015, The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr., preaching

“We seek to heal history. We seek to live with difference. We seek to create a common peace. We seek to nurture this child of the church, reconciliation, born from the birth pangs of suffering and adversity, and wherever we find it, there is opportunity for reconciliation. This is the Jesus Movement. We are the church. This is our mission.” Read more

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