Feast of All Souls Trinity on the Green & Episcopal Church at Yale Brigitte Fink, PC ‘20 ...
24 Pentecost Year C Episcopal Church at Yale The Rev. Armando Ghinaglia October 20, 2019 Continue in...
Since lepers were required by law to keep their distance, Jesus could have ignored them. But he knew they were the most visible symbol of his society’s all – pervasive tendency to decide people’s status based on what they looked like on the outside, rather than what they were actually like inside.
Jesus responds disdainfully, suggesting that the apostles lack faith even the size of a mustard seed. But this seemingly schoolyard diss is not that at all, but a deeper interpretation of what it means to believe.
Where are the places you get lost – the rabbit holes where you’re driven by fear, or greed, or lust? What are the times and places you need God most to come and find you?
For centuries, human beings have used our creative imaginations to envision life after death. The medieval poet Dante Alighieri saw hell as a highly ordered place, with specific levels and tortures for all of his favorite enemies.
13 Pentecost Year C Episcopal Church at Yale Tommy Schacht P’20 September 8, 2019 Perfection: The Idol I have...
Gracious and merciful God, send your Spirit to walk with us through the world, in times of sorrow as in times of joy. Be with all who experience violence and preserve them, and welcome all those who have died into your everlasting kingdom. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
Welcome home! We gather tonight at a way station, from so many disparate journeys. We gather for the first time or the nth time, to start college or to finish graduate school. And for each of us, we come home.