Sermon Archive

A Collective Murmuration, V: Murmuration of Heart

Date: May 22, 2022

Bible Text: John 14:23–29 |

Today is Children’s Day. For about seven decades, third graders at Kenilworth Union have learned the Ten Commandments, 23rd Psalm, the Beatitudes, Lord’s Prayer, Greatest Commandment, and Books of the Bible by heart. This year is the first year since 2019 that we have

Lent in Plain Sight, IX: Stones

Date: April 17, 2022

Bible Text: Matthew 28:1–15 |

If you’ve been around this Lent and Easter, you would know we’ve been preaching a sermon series called, Lent in Plain Sight, in which were looking at common objects from the passion story: dust, bread, coins, shoes, thorns, cross, oil, and today stone. After the sabbath,

Lent in Plain Sight, VIII: Towels

Date: April 14, 2022

Bible Text: John 13:1–20 |

On Maundy Thursday, we walk the way of Jesus. We eat at his table; we sing his song of sorrow. We witness his death. We find our way to his tomb. Tonight we begin with the foot washing. With Jesus bending before each disciple, a towel around

Lent in Plain Sight, VII: Oil

Date: April 10, 2022

Bible Text: Matthew 21:1–11; 26:6–13 |

So the sight Matilda reminded you that this is Palm Sunday today, Christine told us beautifully the story of Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week. You heard that the crowds laid down their coats, cut branches off the trees and laid them in the road, so

Lent in Plain Sight, VI: Cross

Date: April 3, 2022

Bible Text: Matthew 27:32–37 |

As they went out, they came upon a man from Cyrene named Simon; they compelled this man to carry his cross. And when they came to a place called Golgotha (which means Place of a Skull), they offered him wine to drink, mixed with gall; but when

Lent in Plain Sight, V: Thorns

Date: March 27, 2022

Bible Text: Matthew 27:27–31 |

At Kenilworth Union Church we are preaching a sermon series called Lent in Plain Sight, devotion in ten objects. We’re looking a common object such as bread, coins, shoes, and today, thorns. Then the soldiers of the governor took Jesus into the governor’s headquarters, and they