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Sermon: Listening As An Act of Love

Posted June 8, 2014 @ 9:37am | by Tripp

The story of Pentecost always begins with a sound; the gathering of people and a sound. So often we focus on what is being said at the time in the story and ignore all the listening that takes...

 

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Sermon: In the Breaking #bringbackourgirls

Posted May 4, 2014 @ 8:17am | by Tripp

Lord, I believe. Help thou my unbelief. Make these words more than words and give us the Spirit of Jesus.The first time I heard the news about the two hundred and seventy Nigerian school...

 

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Tags: Nigeria, communion, sermon, liturgy, justice, grief, lament, Cleopas, Emmaus
 

Are Worship and Intimacy Compatible?

Posted February 13, 2014 @ 10:02am | by Tripp

In a recent post on his Prietly Goth blog, Larry Kamphausen offered a lengthy reflection on the relationship between intimacy and liturgy and asked if the purpose of liturgy is intimacy with God....

 

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Tags: priestlygoth, love, worship, dlewicki
 

Why Does Anyone Go To Church?

Posted February 8, 2014 @ 12:05pm | by Tripp

Tomorrow is Sunday. You know, the day when most Christians who bother to go to church with any regularity will get up on a perfectly good non-working morning and give their time to an...

 

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Ritual As Negotiated Space

Posted January 30, 2014 @ 2:13pm | by Tripp

Moodle is calling my name. There is much to do. Then there’s the library. I need to return and renew some books. It’s frustrating to know that I can’t just hold on to ‘em...

 

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Tags: occupycomps, better, Bourdieu, ethnomusicology
 

Sermon: Follow The Beloved

Posted January 26, 2014 @ 8:40am | by Tripp

Good morning, Beloved.Two weeks ago we started this little series with the Baptism of Jesus and how we are all God’s beloved and we greeted one another with a word from God, “in...

 

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Tags: beloved, foolish, Peter, Andrew, James, John, on being, Lili Marleen
 
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