Monthly Archives: October 2011

Carolyn’s Sermon for Reformation Sunday – 10/30/11

Sermon – Reformation Sunday Jeremiah 31:31-34 On this Reformation weekend, we hear words of promise from the prophet Jeremiah, words about a new covenant and a renewed relationship between God and God’s people. Jeremiah is talking to the people during … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Sermon for 10/23/11

Sermon – Lectionary 30 What is the central goal of the Christian life? When some researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill took a close look at the religious beliefs held by American teenagers back a few … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Sermon for 10/16/11

Sermon lectionary 29 Grace to you and peace from the God who names us and claims us.  Amen. Several years ago I was asking my son for help on the computer.  That is one advantage of having a son who … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Sermon for 10/9/11

Sermon Lectionary 28 Message: God has invited us to a banquet. May the words of my mouth and the meditations of our hearts be acceptable in your sight, O God, our strength and our Redeemer.  Amen. You remember the wedding … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Sermon for 10/2/11

Sermon -Lectionary 27 May the words of my mouth and the meditations of our hearts be acceptable in your sight O Lord, our strength and our redeemer.  Amen. The text for today’s message is the second lesson (Philippians 3:4b-14).   … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Sermon for 9/25/11

Sermon – Lectionary 26 Who has the authority to tell you what to do? One of the things I remember best about being a child is that lots of people had the authority to tell me what to do.  I … Continue reading

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Carolyn’s Sermon for 9/18/11

Sermon – Lectionary 25 Grace, mercy and peace from God our Creator and our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. Picture this: two kids sitting at a table.  There is a big brownie sitting in front of them.  They need to share … Continue reading

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