Psalm 26, NRSV, read by Ingrid McGarry.
Matthew 6:19-21, NRSV, read by Cheryl Hood.
Genesis 1:29-30, NRSV, read by Naomi Stimson.
Luke 24:1-12, NRSV, read by James Addington.
Transfiguration in a Time of War
Exodus 34:29-35 & Luke 9:28-36, NRSV, read by Naomi Stimson.
Nature, Our Teacher
Job, 12:7-10, NRSV, read by Cheryl Hood.
A Holy Week
John 12:12-16, NRSV, read by Sue Meadows.
The Cleansing of the Temple
John 2:13-22, NRSV, read by Ingrid McGarry.
Lose Your Self
Mark 8:31-38, NRSV, read by Doug Carlson.
12:05-12:41, Paul Nancarrow, https://processandfaith.org/lectionaries/second-sunday-in-lent-march-4-2012/
Rainbows and Wilderness
Genesis 9:8-17 & Mark 1:9-13, NRSV, read by James Addington.
Remember Your Baptism
Mark 1:4-11, Baptism of the Lord
A Letter to the Church on Lummi Island
1 Thessalonians 5:16-24
Prepare the Way
Mark 1:1-8, NRSV, read by Ingrid McGarry.
The “Word” & the New Year
John 1:1-5, 10-14, NRSV, read by Ingrid McGarry.
10:04-11:17, Mary Oliver, “The Word” in What Do We Know (Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, 2002) p4.
The Domestic Shooter: A Pastoral Reflection
Psalm 6:1-9, NRSV, read by Ingrid McGarry.
“Let the Little Children Come to Me”
Luke 18:15-16, NRSV, read by Ingrid McGarry
That They May All Be One
Tabitha the Disciple
Acts 9:36-42, NRSV, read by Cheryl Hood.
Quote at 7:15: “Have you ever met Tabitha? I have known her in every church I have ever served. She has no wealth or power except her deep and abiding commitment to give expression to God’s compassion for those in need. She is tenacious about practicing her faith by serving others.” Joseph S. Harvard, “Pastoral Perspective” in Feasting on the Word, Year C, Volume 2, (Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2009), 430.
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