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.

February 28, 2021
The Rev. Ruth Anne Garcia
Good Morning Christians, Seekers, and Friends! Good mornin’ and Howdy! Are you prepared for our big fast on the 29, 30th an 31st of February?…
February 21, 2021
The Rev. Ruth Anne Garcia
Good morning Christians, seekers, and friends! How are you doing this first Sunday in Lent? This time I ask this not as a nice segue…
February 17, 2021
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
I awoke Friday night and there was a brightness in our bedroom. Having grown up in Minnesota I realized quickly that it snowed out. Snow…
February 14, 2021
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
Today is the last Sunday before Lent, and as we enter Lent, I want to encourage you to try the spiritual exercise of consideration. It…
February 7, 2021
The Rev. Ruth Anne Garcia
Simple stories are important. And the ones that matter most to me are the stories of my family that I carry with me. But I…
January 31, 2021
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
Good morning. We have a short piece of scripture today that revolves around the word authority, and so, with the authority vested with me, that…
January 24, 2021
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
Today I want to preach about the state of our nation, and while the January 20 inauguration was honorable and majestic, as it should be,…
January 17, 2021
The Rev. Ruth Anne Garcia
Good morning Christians, seekers, and friends: How are you doing? Where do you land on a scale from one to five?  I know we were…
January 10, 2021
The Rev. Ruth Anne Garcia
Good morning Christians, seekers, and friends: Welcome. It is well that you have come. And we are made better, more whole, with you here as…