Sermons

Take Heed, Rev. Dee Ledger, January 21, 2018

Reader’s Digest recently published a list of warning labels that may seem more than a little obvious at first glance.  On a carpenter’s drill, there was the warning, “This product not intended to be used as a dental drill.”  For an iron-on shirt pattern, “Do not iron while wearing shirt.”  On a razor scooter, there… [Read More]

Course Correction, Epiphany Sunday, January 7, 2018, Rev. Dee Ledger

This past week, I found myself writing letters.  You know, the old-fashioned kind…  Snail mail.  One letter was sent off to Norway, another to a pen-friend in Corpus Christi, TX, and a third to a more local friend.  Each time, I found myself writing how the season after Christmas always makes me feel optimistic. I… [Read More]

Making Room, Christmas Eve, December 24, 2017, Rev. Dee Ledger

How many of you have come to stay with relatives this evening or will be staying with relatives in the next few days?  How many of you are hosting guests or family this week? In our humble home, we are hosting my parents.  Their “guest room” is on the lower level (i.e. basement) where there… [Read More]

Soulful Preparations…Rev. Dee Ledger, December 10, 2017

The poet, Wislawa Szymborska once said, “Every beginning is only a sequel, after all, and the book of events is always open halfway through.”  As we begin a new church year with the start of Advent, we are beginning the new liturgical year with the gospel of Mark.  Mark is the earliest gospel and you… [Read More]

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