2005 Sermons

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Miracle Sunday: by Reverend Gary Kowalski
November 11th, 2005

This morning I want to tell you a true story. It’s a story about a man whom none of you have ever heard of but who is very, very, very famous.

 

In Praise of Randomness: by Reverend Gary Kowalski
October 30th, 2005

It’s said that history repeats itself, the first time as tragedy and then as farce.

 

Real Presence: by Roddy O'Neil Cleary
October 16th, 2005

At times I suspect that we go to the movies or watch videos for almost the same reason that we come into this Sanctuary Sunday after Sunday. It’s a way of focusing our attention.

 

Judge Not: by Reverend Gary Kowalski
October 9th, 2005

Christian denominations are clashing over the issue of homosexuality. It’s hard to pick up a newspaper without reading a headline of pastors being put on trial or schisms brewing.

 

What Matters Most to You?: by Roddy O'Neil Cleary
September 25th, 2005

"Once upon a time," those words have a magical quality to them. In Latin they are compressed into one word, "Olim".

 

Let's Talk: by Reverend Gary Kowalski
September 18th, 2005

This past summer, Susan Stamberg of National Public Radio reported on Miss Lilly, an eighty-one year old woman she encountered in the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris.

 

Fighting Giants: by Reverend Gary Kowalski
September 11th, 2005

Wherever you go in the world, you’ll find stories about fighting giants. In Africa, there’s the legend of Abiyoyo.

 

The Cost of Inaction: by Roddy O'Neil Cleary
June 5th, 2005

Have you ever asked yourself how did I get here? I don't mean how did I arrive on this earth.