Sermon Archive : Guest Preachers

07/09/17 - “Freedom” by Sister Julian Smith-Boyer, n/OSB

Sermon for St. Benedict’s Feast Day (Transferred to July 9, 2017)    [St. Benedict Feast Day Readings: Proverbs 2: 1-9; Psalm 119: 129-136; Philippians 2: 12-16; Luke 14: 27-33] Let us pray. O God, help us to embrace the freedom that comes from you. Amen. Good Morning! I am Sister Julian. Some of you know me as Helen. In 2015, I accepted the call to become a member of the […]

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06/04/17 - “Born of Water, Born of Spirit” by Dr. Fredrica Harris Thompsett

  Dr. Fredrica Harris Thompsett Professor Emerita of Historical Theology Episcopal Divinity School St. John the Evangelist, St. Paul, Minnesota The Day of Pentecost, 4 June 2017 In the name of the One God Who Chooses, Renews, and Pursues Us. Amen Good morning! This is a good morning, a spiritual Trifecta of a morning in which we are nourished by two sacraments: Baptism and Eucharist.  What’s more, on this celebration of […]

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04/14/17 - Reflection During Holy Week by the Rev. Craig Lemming

The Rev. Craig Lemming is the program director of Circle of the Beloved, the Minnesota chapter of the Episcopal Service Corps. Four residents live on the North side of Minneapolis, in intentional community that acknowledges and deepens kinship across many lines of difference, while serving full time at AmeriCorps sites that work to close opportunity gaps in Minnesota. On behalf of Circle of the Beloved’s Episcopal Service Corps members, I would like […]

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04/13/17 - Reflection During Holy Week by Micah Clipperton

Micah Clipperton is a resident of the Circle of the Beloved, the Minnesota chapter of the Episcopal Service Corps. Four residents live on the North side of Minneapolis, in intentional community that acknowledges and deepens kinship across many lines of difference, while serving full time at AmeriCorps sites that work to close opportunity gaps in Minnesota. Last summer I took a bit of a risk. I quit my job at Chipotle and […]

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04/10/17 - Reflection During Holy Week by Seygbai Kai

Seygbai Kai is a resident of the Circle of the Beloved, the Minnesota chapter of the Episcopal Service Corps. Four residents live on the North side of Minneapolis, in intentional community that acknowledges and deepens kinship across many lines of difference, while serving full time at AmeriCorps sites that work to close opportunity gaps in Minnesota. What would you do with $24,000 dollars? Some ideas I have would be to buy every […]

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