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.

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…
October 16, 2022
Steve Faust, Guest Lay Preacher
Good morning, Christians, Seekers and Friends – I always liked that greeting which The Rev. Ruth Ann Garcia used for all her sermons.  It expands…
October 9, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
Good morning, Epiphany. Have you seen the L. O. V. E. mural painted on the side of the ocean container in the parking lot? It…
October 2, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
This is a sermon about how reading the Bible is a way of caring for the soul, which is disheartening, given today’s Gospel. It’s a…
September 25, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
Good morning, Epiphany. I'm still back from sabbatical and gladder than ever to be here, and I am still peeling back some of the insights…
September 18, 2022
Kelli Martin, Lay Preacher
When I was growing up, my dad had this ritual that he would make my sister and me say every time he drove us to…
September 11, 2022
The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
  Good morning. Happy Epiphany fall kick off. It is nice to be back in full swing with the full choir. I’m excited to catch…
September 4, 2022
The Rev. Nathan Kirkpatrick
Epiphany, it has been a real gift to share these summer Sundays with you. When I returned here in July, I walked into the Christie…
August 28, 2022
The Rev. Nathan Kirkpatrick
Have you ever noticed how often in the Gospels Jesus takes "the stuff" of ordinary life and reframes it, reimagines it -- so that somehow…