Tag Archives: Isaiah 65:17-25

Sermon: Counter-culturally caring for creation

This is why the Pope, and the Ecumenical Patriarch, and the World Council of Churches have told all Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant Christians that we have a responsibility to respond to the Climate Emergency. As people made in the image of God the Creator we are called to care for God’s creation. Continue reading

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Sermon: Why I disagree with Israel Folau

It is only when we accept that God’s love is for us and for everyone that the news of the empty tomb becomes for us not simply an idle tale but the beginning of new life. Continue reading

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Sermon: Responding to the American Presidential Election

But what I have never done before is talked about a particular politician. That’s the line I’m crossing today. Today I’m going to talk about the election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States. Continue reading

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