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Sermons from All Souls Church

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Sermons from All Souls Church

All Souls Church in St Margarets near Twickenham

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Services at All Souls are at 10am and occasional 6pm (see website for details). Our services bring together children and adults of all ages for a relaxed and informal time, characterised by a friendly welcome, contemporary music, lively children’s groups, opportunity for personal prayer and a relevant bible-based talk. You don’t have to fit a particular mold to come along – whether you’re coming with children or on your own, as someone living locally or visiting the area, looking to join or ...
 
Located on the Upper East Side of New York City, All Souls is an open and welcoming religious community that nurtures possibilities and builds connections to forge redemptive change in ourselves, our city, and our world. Unitarian Universalism invites us to find ways to worship that are meaningful to us personally. This audio series features Sunday morning sermons from Ministers Galen Guengerich and Audette Fulbright, as well as special guest preachers.
 
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Perhaps nothing is more desirable for humans than healthy community to hold us, to make our lives more meaningful and bearable, so why is it so hard and rare to find this community? The scarcity of beloved community only highlights our profound need for it. So what does it take? At All Souls, we aren't bound by a creed or a cross, instead we are he…
 
How you respond when the heat is turned up in life demonstrates what has first place in your heart. When God told Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac, Abraham was tested and his faith was tried. In this first of a two-part sermon on Genesis 22, Pastor Luke Herche sheds light on this difficult passage, showing us Christ, another child of Abraham who …
 
Joe highlights that loneliness is called out right at the start of the bible, Genesis 2, as "not good". He goes on to look at how Jesus sowed community into the fabric of his day; a necessary and messy business. "Come follow me, along with these others" - an invitation to share. Community is not just connectedness nor chemistry but rather vulnerabi…
 
In today's message you will find out how even in the midst of wickedness, God raises up for Himself vessels to Go and Speak His words! Here, the Prophet Isaiah had a powerful vision and found himself in the very presence of a Holy God. This encounter would change him forever! God's presence will change us as well!…
 
What does it mean for a myth to be true? Does it have to be literal and factual in order for us to glean meaning from it? This Sunday, Rev. Marlin explores the value of myth in our lives and in our world. It might require us to expand our imagination and interpret - indeed, to co-create the universe through our understanding. This message was deliv…
 
In Romans chapter 6, the apostle Paul answers a question posed by the church in Rome by essentially asking in return, “Have you forgotten who you are?” The great and glorious truths of this passage are amazing in their implications about our identity. Paul tells the Romans that their being is in Christ. We are “in Christ”––that is our identity––and…
 
"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will." — Frederick Douglass As we celebrate and learn from the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. this MLK Sunday, Rev. Gerald Davis reflects on the "santa-clause-ification" of MLK, a process in which we remember him as a soft and simply well-meaning figure, when in reality…
 
There are a lot of options on the table when it comes to how Christians live in the world. Some Christians look just like the world. Others have created a Christian subculture, living a parallel life, like the world, but a Christian version of it. Some Christians avoid the culture at all costs. Others seek to dominate it. Thankfully Scripture is no…
 
Joni Mitchell famously sung "We are stardust... and we've got to get ourselves back to the garden." What does it mean for us to be made of stardust, floating around on a speck of a speck in the vastness of the cosmos? Does it provoke a sense of wonder that we are here at all? Or maybe a sense of profound uncertainty as to how we got here, or where …
 
Our First Podcast of 2023! How much more appropriate can it be? God wants Strong Marriages! He wants your marriage to be strong and in Divine Order. This message is useful for all married couples, and for every single person who is part of the body of Christ. We are all God's Bride. He is coming for a Bride without Spot or Blemish. Let us Build Str…
 
Joe highlights that "pausing" machines stop them, "pausing" humans starts reflection. As 2023 gets going Joe invites us to reflect on our intent to be "with Jesus, like Jesus, for everyone".Silence and solitude supported Jesus' ministry - so it should feature in our lives. In our age of distraction Joe talks about how to decompress and listen to Go…
 
When Isaac was born to Abraham and Sarah after years of waiting, it proved God’s faithfulness to fulfill His promises. In this sermon on Genesis 21:1–21, Pastor Luke Herche shows us that God’s promised inheritance is sure; therefore, you have reason to persevere in joy, to persevere in hope, and to persevere in love.Part of a series on the book of …
 
In the book of Philippians, Paul writes not only as a person who is facing difficulties, but to a church that is struggling. A caring pastor and apostle, seeing his friends struggling with the same struggles he himself had, Paul shares with the Philippians the confidence he has in his future joy--the coming joy that we share--and the rooted hope th…
 
In this sermon on Luke 1:46–55, Ethan Brown preaches on the song of Mary and shows us what it looks like to live out God’s purpose in our lives—-what it looks like to “glorify God and to enjoy him forever.”Part of the series “The Songs of Christmas.”From Sunday Worship, December 18, 2022.allsoulspca.org…
 
In his book, The Naked Now: Learning to See as the Mystics, Richard Rohr, wrote: The most amazing fact about Jesus, unlike almost any other religious founder, is that he found God in disorder and imperfection — and told us that we must do the same or we would never be content on this earth… The struggle to forgive reality for being exactly what it …
 
2000 years ago, the King of Kings was born in Bethlehem. It was the most important birth in the entirety of mankind. And nobody noticed. There was no fanfare of trumpets, no parades. But in a field nearby where shepherds were watching their sheep, angels appeared with a proclamation and a song: “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace among…
 
In the Bible, there is a moment when God says about humans, "they have become like us." Well, who exactly is "us" there, and what does it mean to become like gods? As humans, we have immense power to create and destroy, but perhaps the thing that makes us *most* like "the gods" is our ability to decide what we will believe about them. Even if we we…
 
There is a song for every occasion. Happy songs, sad songs, songs that make you depressed and songs that pick you up, love songs and breakup songs, victory songs, celebration songs, redemption songs, and funeral songs. We all want something to sing about, and when great things happen there is something within us that just can’t not sing. Through th…
 
Richard imagines restarting 2+ years ago pre-crises and points out that problems are inevitable - but who do we look to for help? Well, that depends on what we think the problem is. At the end of the church year Richard explains 3 things: we need an inside out solution - dealing with the heart of the human problem... us; we need to recognise our ne…
 
Do we have to agree in order to get along? Or maybe it's more accurate to say we agree *to* get along. The Greek word "symphoneo," from which we our English word "symphony" simply means "to sound together" — not necessarily to sound alike. It's likely impossible for us to ever find someone who agrees with us on everything, and instead of those diff…
 
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