Trinity Episcopal Church Lawrence, Kansas

We receive forgiveness and grace from God, but what about the consequences of our actions?  Why is what we think and do really important?  This is the sermon preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin at Trinity Episcopal Church's 10:30 AM service.

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Why have we lost terms like "evangelical" and "charismatic" when we talk about our faith?  And how can we, as Episcopalians, share with the world a part of our spiritual lives that mean so much to us?  This is a recording for Fr. Rob Baldwin's sermon from February 6, 2011.

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We talk about blessings and being blessed, but what does Christ mean when he says "Blessed are the..."?

This is the sermon by Fr. Rob Baldwin from the 10:30 AM service January 30th, 2011.

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On January 23rd Fr. Rob Baldwin answered questions submitted by the congregation at all three services.  This recording is from the 8:00 AM service and covers the following questions:

If the Bible is a just a collection of stories, why do we think of it as being true?

Is the Eucharist a metaphor or real?

Can you talk about the humanity of Jesus?

 

Sadly, the recording from the 10:30 AM service did not turn out well and will not be available.

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What is the significance of the wise men's three gifts to us today?  This sermon by the Rev. Rob Baldwin is from January 2, 2011 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Lawrence, KS.

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This is the sermon from the 11:00 PM service, December 24th, 2010 by the Rev. Rob Baldwin.  What was the biggest miracle Christmas Eve?

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What does it mean to be joyful during a season characterized by stress, frustration, and depression?  In this sermon from December 12th, Fr. Rob Baldwin shares what the joy of the nativity story is about.

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This is the sermon from December 5th, 2010 at Trinity Episcopal Church in Lawrence, Kansas.  In it Fr. Rob Baldwin explores what we mean when we say "The Peace of God."

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This episode features Fr. Rob Baldwin's sermon from November 28th, 2010.  In this sermon Fr. Rob compares the looking forward to the Nativity of our Lord with our looking forward to the second coming of Christ.

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Sermon from November 21st, 2010 at Trinity Episcopal Church by the Rev. Rob Baldwin.

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The story of Zacchaeus from the Gospel of Luke provides us with an outline for our own experiences of confession, absolution, and grace.

This is a recording of the sermon from the 10:30 AM service, November 7th, 2010 preached by the Rev. Rob Baldwin.

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This is the final installment of the three-part sermon series on the foundations of the Anglican faith.  This week Fr. Rob Baldwin looks at Tradition, and what it really represents.

Please note that this is not the All Saints Day program from the 10:30 AM service, but is a recording of the sermon preached at the 6:00 PM service.

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In this sermon, Father Rob Baldwin explores the second leg of the "three legged stool of the Anglican Faith"--Reason.  How does God guide our ability to think, process, and come to conclusions, both in our examination of Scripture and Tradition, and in things yet unseen?

Date: October 24, 2010

Location: Trinity Episcopal Church, 1011 Vermont Street, Lawrence, Kansas

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A well-known analogy has the Anglican faith resting like a stool with three legs.  This week, Father Rob Baldwin explores the first of these legs--Scripture.  How do Episcopalians relate to Scripture?  How do we address inconsistencies in Scripture, or the question of evolution?

Date: October 17th, 2010

Location: Trinity Episcopal Church, 1011 Vermont Street, Lawrence, Kansas

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Category:Sermons -- posted at: 9:32pm EST