Sermons by The Rev. Sarah Hedgis


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Making Sure the Right Thing Breaks

Making Sure the Right Thing Breaks

Speaker: | August 16, 2020

As a first-century poor uneducated Jewish man living in a brutal client state with an unchecked priestly aristocracy under the Roman occupation, Jesus was a politically, economically, and religiously traumatized person. Jesus’ own lived experiences...


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Hin·nêh

Hin·nêh

Speaker: | July 19, 2020

Parables don’t give us clear answers. Jesus says he uses parables to intentionally confuse and elude people who hear but do not understand, and he only starts using them after his explicit teaching is met...


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Black Lives Matter: We Made This

Black Lives Matter: We Made This

Speaker: | June 07, 2020

The Trinity is one of the messiest and most elusive tenets of our faith: One substance, three persons. Three in one. Different and undivided. Alive, moving—yet always unified. Constant. Faithful. Yes. But static? Never. The...


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All I see is Christ

All I see is Christ

Speaker: | May 17, 2020

In crisis, we tend to shut down, not open up. To close ranks, fend for ourselves. But does this hold up to our image of God? Not just God’s love, but how God lives.


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Lamenting Our Whiteness

Lamenting Our Whiteness

Speaker: | February 16, 2020

We know our racist history. It’s included on our website, because we know it’s important to recognize that churches not only allowed our country to be built on slavery, but that we were active participants....