Sermons by The Rev. Sarah C. Stewart

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The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 11

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Let Those Thistles Alone St. Augustine is often misquoted, it turns out. Folks are fond of saying he’s the one who coined the phrase: “he who sings, prays twice.” Could be that faulty interpretation sounds like good news to all of us who regularly attend our Saturday evening contemplative service, seeing as we forgo that […]

The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 8

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“The Promise of Welcome” Air, like a dried bone, parches in the glare of a paralytic sun gripped in a stare. Heat spins its spirals and swerves— the desert is flat, but the sky curves: everything moves yet nothing stirs. Space glistens to a dot in gold; silence shimmers in sandy grooves: everything moves yet […]