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Downtown Disciples

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Like Micah brings you stories about the intersection of Progressive Christianity, social justice, and lived experience. For those who have been hurt by the church, struggle with the church, still hold out hope for the church, or have no experience with the church at all; we welcome you to share in our journey of questioning, loving, and seeking wholeness in a fragmented world. This is the podcast of Downtown Disciples, an unapologetically progressive Disciples of Christ community in downtown ...
 
We are a non-denominational Christian church located in downtown Nampa, Idaho, 1423 2nd St S, Nampa, ID 83651. Our Sunday services begin at 10:00 a.m. US Mountain Time. For more information, please visit www.nampachristiancenter.org. You can also watch our Sunday sermons on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0iqr9TGsZ_J4rf0LgtB1gA/videos
 
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Saint Mary's Episcopal Church - Eugene, OR

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Sermons and other recordings from St. Mary's Episcopal Church has been in downtown Eugene for over 150 years to worship, serve, and grow in faith. Guided by the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, we value community, inclusiveness, compassion, our living tradition, health, and collaborative leadership. All are welcome at St. Mary's, no matter what age, ethnicity or race, gender identity, sexual orientation or economic and social circumstances.
 
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I’ve been there, or at least I think I have if the Biblical scholars and archeologists are correct. On my trip to the Holy Land in 2014 we stopped at Jacob’s well, which is located near the city of Nablas in the occupied territory of Palestine. In the late 1800’s a Greek Orthodox church was built around it, so these days the well is to be found in …
 
A couple of months ago in the middle of January, in early Epiphany, there were a couple of weeks when we heard Gospel readings about the first disciples, how they encountered Jesus for the first time, and how they came to follow him. The portrait of these early disciples that the Gospels painted for us is one rather enthusiastic bunch. It does not …
 
May this be in the name of our loving, liberating, life-giving God, Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer. Amen. Happy Third Sunday of Advent to you! This third Sunday is also known as Gaudete Sunday or Rose Sunday. The Episcopalchurch.org glossary provides more insight: Gaudete Sunday is: “The third Sunday of Advent…The term is derived from the Latin o…
 
Let us pray: May these words bring encouragement, inspiration, and hope in the name of our loving God who was and is and is to come. Amen. “Whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, so that by steadfastness and by the encouragement of the scriptures we might have hope” (Romans 15:4). So that by steadfastness, or a “steady…
 
Let us pray: Come Holy Spirit, open our ears, eyes, and hearts to the blessed hope offered in Jesus Christ made present in you holy Word. Amen. I love the collect for today. It’s one of my favorites. I’m not as excited about the lectionary readings. They are tough. But what I hope to offer you today, with the help of the Holy Spirit, is a way to en…
 
Anyone who reads my Bellringer columns has heard me mention many times Bishop Browning’s book of meditations, A Year of Days, with which I’ve started my mornings for decades. The year I was given the book I opened it on November 13th to find the line from the Prayer Book that Bishop Browning focused on that day was from the birthday prayer. Novembe…
 
May this be in the name of our loving, liberating, life-giving God, Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer. Amen. In the first line of today’s collect, as per the formula, God is addressed according to an attribute, a facet of God’s nature, our attempt to define the divine in terms of our relationship. O God, who declarest thy almighty power chiefly in s…
 
“Make friends for yourselves by means of dishonest wealth so that when it is gone, they may welcome you into the eternal homes.” This morning’s gospel is part of a larger discussion in Luke on the meaning of money and wealth. In the previous chapter is the parable we traditionally call “the prodigal son,” which among other things raises the questio…
 
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