Trinity Episcopal Church Lawrence, Kansas

It is a feast day that is largely overlooked in the Church beyond its notation in the calendar, but the Ascension of Jesus Christ reminds us not only about who Jesus is, but where we are in the timeline of God's plan.  This is a recording of the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin on June 5th, 2011 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Lawrence, Kansas.

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Death, the Rapture, graduation: is there a message from Christ about all these events that have occured (or not occured) at Trinity?  This is a recording of the sermon by the Rev. Rob Baldwin of Trinity Episcopal Church, Lawrence, Kansas from May 22nd, 2011

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Jesus describes himself as a shepherd of the sheep, but also as the keeper of the gate.  Being a gatekeeper implies not only letting sheep in, but also keeping things out.  What is kept out, and how does that translate into our own community of faith?  This is the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin at Trinity Episcopal Church, Lawrence, Kansas on May 15th.  You can learn more about Trinity Episcopal Church at www.trinitylawrence.org

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Two men, walking on a road to Emmaus, encounter Jesus Christ.  What does this story tell us about our encounters with Christ: how they happen and most importantly, where?  This is the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin at Trinity Episcopal Church, Lawrence, Kansas on May 8, 2011.  You can find out more about Trinity at www.trinitylawrence.org

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While most people call him "doubting" Thomas, the Gospel actually accuses him of "unfaithfulness."  What's the difference, and how does Jesus respond both to his unfaithfulness and our own?   This is the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin at Trinity Episcopal Church, Lawrence, Kansas on May 1, 2011.

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Outside the tomb, Mary did not recognize the risen Lord until he called her by name.  When do we hear Jesus call us by our own name?  This is a recording of the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin on Easter Sunday, April 24, 2011 at Trinty Episcopal Church in Lawrence, Kansas.

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God spent countless aeons planning for the day of Christ's Resurrection, but where do we fit into God's plan?  This is a recording of the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin at the Easter Vigil, April 23, 2011 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Lawrence, Kansas.

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Why did God choose Jerusalem to be the place of the crucifixion?  This is a recording of the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin on Good Friday, April 22, 2011 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Lawrence, Kansas.

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What is the relationship between the Last Supper and Jesus' washing of the disciple's feet?  This is a recording of the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin on Maundy Thursday, April 21 2011 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Lawrence, Kansas.

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The Episcopal liturgy of Palm Sunday is a jarring one, all the more so for what it may reveal about ourselves than anything else.  This is the sermon from Palm Sunday, April 17, 2011, preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin at the 6:00 PM service at Trinity Episcopal Church, Lawrence, Kansas.

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