Sermon Library

An archived conversation about the Kingdom of God

In simplest terms, a conversation about the Kingdom of God is a conversation about how to live in the world as it was made by God to be lived in. Toward this end, sermons at Epiphany expand on the insights provided by scripture and particularly by the life of Jesus Christ. The exposition focuses on context, both historical and current, as well as practical “take home” exercises that allow the realities of God to take root in our hearts.

December 4, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
We delivered Desmond to college this fall. As we crisscrossed the campus, side by side with other parents, lugging the carefully chosen belongings of our…
November 27, 2022
Kelli Martin, Lay Preacher
In my family’s home, we have this game we play. It’s a spinoff of Hide and Go Seek, we call it Hide and Go Scare.…
November 24, 2022
The Rev. Pam Tinsley
Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! It’s a joy to be with you this morning at Epiphany, my first Thanksgiving as a…
November 20, 2022
The Rev. Michael Ryan
My name is Michael Ryan, and I’m the rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church across the lake in Kirkland.  I am worshiping with you this…
November 13, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
I want to start today with the story that comes to mind because of Veteran's Day, which coincides with Remembrance Day in Great Britain, hence…
November 6, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
Tonight, we celebrate All Souls. It is the service where we remember those who have died. The service is set within the framework of Maurice…
November 6, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
Today is All Saints’ Day, and it is a big day, because today is the day I get to introduce you to Ms. Ira Rose,…
October 30, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
Good morning, Epiphany. Today we meet Zacchaeus climbing the Sycamore tree. Some of you have seen that tree with me in Jericho. Very cool, the…
October 23, 2022
The Rev. Lex Breckinridge
 Think back to your school days for a moment---if that’s not too scary for you. You’re sitting in a classroom either with rows of desks…