St. Michael and All Angels
We seek to be a light of Christ in the community, where all are welcome to experience God's love and blessings.

Sermons

In his book Jesus Among Other Gods, Ravi Zacharias relays a story that Sir Isaac Newton, the great scientist and mathematician, had a dog that he loved very much. Wherever Newton went, the dog went with him. One time he had worked for months on a theory about the nature of the universe, working late into the night by candlelight. His worktable was covered with papers, which were in turn covered

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Today’s Gospel reading is radical: a rich, young man asks Jesus, “What must I do to inherit eternal life?” In response, Jesus tells him that he is lacking in one thing, and instructs him to go and sell what he has and give to the poor. I mean, this is a pretty radical thing to do. Just think about what you own. Maybe a house? A car? A bed? And that’s just the beginning! How about your

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Every once in a while, I enjoy preaching a sermon that isn’t me talking through how I view the readings, but rather about asking questions that I found myself asking after the readings. These sermons are intentionally structured to ask a question and then to provide some time to give you an opportunity to ponder and answer for yourself. You aren’t required to answer these questions out loud

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The other day when Brian and I picked up Zak from after school care, I was reminiscing back to grade school. Zak’s class was marching from the play room back to the classroom, and one of his classmates got picked to be the line leader. I was thinking about how in second grade, my class lined up at the end of recess to go back inside. The bell rang, and we all raced to our spots in the line to

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