Trinity Sunday Sermons

Due to the Bishop's COVID-19 order to suspend all Church Activities (currently through July 1) Pastor Ann's sermons will be available below.

To read her sermon for each Sunday click on the link below

Sermon Lent 3A, March 15, 2020 First, I want to say what a strange experience this is for me...

Sermon Lent 4A, March 22, 2020 “The Lord said to Samuel, ‘How long will you... 

Sermon Lent 5A, March 29, 2020 Remember how I encouraged you to keep your eyes peeled for new...

Palm Sunday Year A April 5 2020 I’ve told you before that this time of crisis and separation, of illness ...

Holy Monday Year A April 6 2020 This is the first Holy Week in which I’ve carefully read the scriptures for the day...

Maundy Thursday Year A April 9 2020  So here we are, loving one another by being separate from one another, and Jesus...

Good Friday Year A April 10, 2020 For me, Good Friday is a day like no other in the whole year.  Though it’s very... 

Easter Day Year A April 12 2020 O God, who for our redemption gave your only-begotten Son to the death of the cross, and by his glorious... 

Easter 2,Year A, April 19, 2020  Ah, Doubting Thomas Sunday!  For the first several years of preaching, I always preached on this Sunday...

Easter 3A, April 26, 2020   “O God, whose blessed Son made himself known to his disciples in the breaking of bread:  

Easter 5, Year A, May 10, 2020 You may or may not have noticed that I didn’t do a sermon last week; I suppose I hit my “pandemic slump.”

Easter 6, Year A, May 17, 2020  So today there is good news in every one of the readings, don’t you think?  Have you looked them up and read them through?           

Easter 7A, The Sunday After the Ascension, May 24, 2020 So this is the Sunday after the Ascension, the week before Pentecost.

Day of Pentecost, Year A, May 31, 2020 I’m writing this on Sunday, on the actual day of Pentecost, rather than the evening before as I actually do.

Trinity Sunday, Year A, June 7, 2020  Well, Trinity Sunday.  After this, we begin the “long, green season,” when the hangings in church and the stole

Proper 7A, Pentecost 3, June 21, 2020  Seems to me that all our readings today talk about the difficulty of being faithful.  Poor Jeremiah: he was always saying 

Pentecost 4, Proper 8A, June 28, 2020 Well, Jeremiah wins the scripture sweepstakes this week: he’s talking about the exiles returning to Jerusalem