Monthly Archives: October 2015

Sermon (Matthew Alexander): “Giving Meaning to Our Giving” (10/18/15)

Sermon preached by Matthew Alexander for Consecration Sunday. Giving Meaning to Our Giving He sat down opposite the treasury, and watched the crowd putting money into the treasury.  Many rich people put in large sums.  A poor widow came and … Continue reading

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Sermon: The Sad Rich Man (10/11/15)

Gotta love the classics.  And what better song to usher in the season of Consecration?  J Did you know that the first line actually came from a poem written by Michael McClure?  A friend of Janis’ quoted the line while … Continue reading

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Sermon: Preparing the Table (with Carol Reed) 10/4/15

       At Pilgrimage, we believe strongly in what’s called “the priesthood of all believers.”  What that means, in part, is that on any given day God’s Spirit can speak to anyone.  Sometimes that someone is me; sometimes it’s someone else.  … Continue reading

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