by the Rev. Robert C. Laird It’s good to be back with you today, after spending the last couple of days at our Diocesan Convention, in which we passed a … Read More
by the Rev. Robert C. Laird We can be honest with each other, I think: Today’s Gospel is a struggle, and it has been for centuries of Christians.
by the Rev. Robert C. Laird This has been a difficult week for the seminary I attended, the General Theological Seminary (or GTS) in New York City.
by the Rev. Robert C. Laird Today I’d like to begin with an image from Shakespeare, and I hope you’ll forgive me for it; let me explain.
by the Rev. Robert C. Laird (No text of this sermon is available, for reasons that are explained about 5 seconds into the recording)
by the Rev. Robert C. Laird I’ve been reflecting on the church lately, on why exactly we gather, and what exactly churches do.
There’s an old joke about church folks—actually, there’s lots of them, in varying degrees of appropriateness for telling from a pulpit… but the joke about church folks that I’m thinking of goes like … Read More
August 24, 2014 by the Rev. Robert C. Laird
by the Rev. Robert C. Laird