Category Archives: Lectionary Notes

“Beyond Zebra” – sermon notes for Proper 12

Scarcity means an insufficient supply, and we believe in the truth of scarcity. We accept funding shortages that drive the teacher shortage in our urban schools, the reduction of services for the disabled, and the disregard for crumbling infrastructure of … Continue reading

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The Morning After

After a summer stormed rumbled through St. Louis last night we were left without power. Us and about 500,000 of our closest friends. Having spent the better part of the storm in our candlelit basement (nasty even in the flickering … Continue reading

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prayers for Proper 11

Invocation Weary God you who crept into human skin skin that was tired and weak skin that needed Sabbath rest skin that felt harried and pained… Weary God be gentle with us as we gather in our neediness. Call to … Continue reading

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