Speaker: The Rev. Jamie Osborne

Sunday Sermon – June 7, 2020

  Today on Trinity Sunday, I’d like to begin with a prayer from the 20th century scholar and priest, Austin Farrer: God above me, Father from whom my being descends, on whom my existence hangs, to whom I turn up my face, to whom I stretch out my hands: God beside me, God in a […]

Sunday Service – April 26, 2020

  During my last semester at seminary, I took a course on Environmental Ethics. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect when I registered for the class, but the course sounded interesting, and I really liked the professor. I learned a lot throughout the course lectures, assigned readings, and class discussions. And several key ideas […]

Good Friday Sermon – April 10, 2020

Today on this Good Friday, we find ourselves in the middle of the triduum, the three days that begin on the night of Maundy Thursday, which will culminate with Easter on Sunday. We are in the holiest days of our tradition. These liturgies are ancient and they are solemn. Today’s readings are focused on the […]

Sunday Sermon – March 22, 2020

    Today’s reading from the twenty-third psalm is one of the most comforting passages in all of Scripture. The writer of the psalm expresses an amazing and life-giving trust in the goodness of God. They lack nothing because God is their shepherd. In green pastures and by still waters, in the valley of the […]

Sunday Sermon -March 1, 2020

Last Wednesday we were invited to the observance of a holy Lent, by self-examination and repentance; by prayer and fasting, and self-denial: and by reading and meditating on Gods holy Word. Ash Wednesday was a holy day, that began our journey into a holy season of examination and repentance. It’s a beautiful part of our […]

Suday Sermon – February 23, 2020

    Today we find ourselves on the threshold between the season of Epiphany and the season of Lent. We are ending the season of the epiphany or revelation of Christ to the world, and will enter the season of preparation that will take us through the passion of Jesus. Later this week on Ash […]

Sunday Sermon – January 5, 2020

  Jeremiah 31:7-14; Psalm 84; Ephesians 1:3-6,15-19a; Matthew 2:1-12 Today is the twelfth day of Christmas. The Christmas season will end tomorrow when we begin the Epiphany season, so that means we have one more day to wish each other a Merry Christmas. In Christmas, we celebrate the mystery of the Incarnation, the mystery of […]