Sunday Sermons – Calvary Episcopal Church
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Sunday Sermons

He Leadeth Me Beside the Still Waters

  • The Rev. Paul McLain
  • 03/22/2020
  • 7:36

Even in this time of social distancing, we are still blessed with an abundance of social capital. We have so much love to offer one another! We have so much love to offer a whole world that needs it. Never has the Church needed to be the Church more than now.

Marriage Story (or so we thought)

  • The Rev. Scott Walters
  • 03/15/2020
  • 11:50

Since any statutes of limitations should have expired by now, I’ll risk confessing to you that we didn’t own a television set when our kids were very young. At times we worried someone might report this neglect to Child Protective Services. But since we didn’t have a TV, some kind soul had pity on our son Alden and gave him a broken remote control to add to the small collection of rocks and sticks his heartless parents had convinced him were actual toys.

Born Again

  • The Rev. Amber Carswell
  • 03/08/2020
  • 14:12

“Thanks to memorizing John 3:16 at age 8, three years later I would understand something about my favorite professional wrestler, the notorious Stone Cold Steve Austin, that I wouldn’t have otherwise.”

The Crack in Everything

  • The Rev. Scott Walters
  • 03/01/2020
  • 12:42

We met Triff and Mary at the flower festival at St Mary’s Church in Topsham, a village in the southwest of England, which was identical to the image in your mind right now of a flower festival at St Mary’s Church in Topsham, in the southwest of England. Years ago Mary had seen their house, a place called Wixels, on holiday in Topsham while Triff was still a practicing architect in Norwich on the other side of England.

Lord, Lift Me Up to Higher Ground

  • The Rev. Paul McLain
  • 02/23/2020
  • 9:13

The outstretched hands of Tom Lee and the white man in the water, the outstretched hands of Jesus and Peter, are reminders that the story of our faith is God reaching out with hands of love to lift us up.