Join us on a trip down memory lane as we talk about nostalgia, life transitions, the words of the Prophet Isaiah, and the New Thing that God doesn’t want us to miss.
Justine Lodder preaches on the story of Daniel, and how the smallest things we do can shape us.
Epilogue story is told by Kevin Makins
Music is led by Joel Cumby, starts 35 minutes in.
Cindy Stover preaches on God’s eternally messy plan, making home in exile, and wait-how-did-I-end-up-living-in-downtown-Hamilton?!
We continue our study of the prophets and the time of exile by looking at Amos, who is super sneaky.
Kevin also talks about making his mother cry… twice.
Epilogue story is told by Anne Cumby.
Brian Craig wrote his doctoral thesis on the prophets and the time of exile, so we HAD to get him to share with us on who the prophets were, what their mission was, and how we can see prophets all around us.
Music led by Aaron Craig (make the connection?), and starts at minute 38.
Brian and Sylvia, authors of “Colossians Remixed”, happened to be preaching at Eucharist Church on our last week at St Paul’s Presbyterian, a church building we have been meeting in for a year and a half. They took the opportunity to present us with the grandest, most epic “wilderness” sermon you can imagine!
Moving through the entire biblical narrative, Brian and Sylvia told over a dozen stories, and gave us Spirit-filled reflections on community, wilderness, home, and God.
We followed our gathering with a huge potluck under a big tent in the back hall.
At the end of the podcast there is a recording of Hannah Essex, who gave us a closing reflection and led us in a blessing for St Pauls.
We also sang a massive medley that we used to say “goodbye” to the building. It can be found at soundcloud.com/eucharistchurch