November 13, 2016 ~ Rev. Mark Lingle

Pentecost 26C Luke 21.5-19 Sunday, November 13, 2016 Regardless of your political persuasion, the recent election probably elicited moments for both sides that allowed people to connect with those gathered around Jesus in today’s gospel. The issue that we all hold in common? Nothing less than the end of the world! Jesus portends the signs […]

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All Saints Sunday Luke 6.20-26 November 6, 2016 The comment from a priest colleague years ago as we met for coffee in Ridgefield stunned me. We were both working in parishes in Danbury at the time. He was at a downtown parish that more and more represented the changing demographics of the city and an […]

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October 9, 2016 ~ Rev. Mark Lingle

Pentecost 22C Luke 17. 11-19 Sunday, October 9, 2016 Please click on headphones icon, above right, to hear this sermon. “You have a cataract,” was the simple and, clearly, the obvious response given the evidence of the eye specialist that I saw last fall. To my ears, the specialist was saying, “You are OLD!” Cataracts? […]

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