Our Sermons and Ponderings

 

The Second Sunday of Easter

Today, we had an Unfailing Light Holy Communion service, with our very own Senior (and future Seminarian!), Zach Bell-Nance, preaching....

Palm Sunday

Today, we had a Holden Evening Prayer Palm Sunday service, with the Rev. Ann Johnson preaching, and our entire community telling the...

The Fifth Sunday in Lent

Today, we had a Holden Evening Prayer service, with our chaplain Brad Eubanks preaching. We invite you to take a look!

The Fourth Sunday of Lent

Today, we had a Holden Evening Prayer service, with our program coordinator Allie Papke-Larson preaching. We invite you to take a look!

The Third Sunday in Lent

Today, we had a Holden Evening Prayer service, with Priest Lynn Perkins preaching. We invite you to take a look!

The Second Sunday in Lent

Today, we had a Holden Evening Prayer service, with Pastor David Brandfass of Christ Lutheran Church in Sedona preaching. We invite you...

May you have a Shameless Lent

Today is the First Sunday of Lent. Lent began on Wednesday, when we had, quite possibly, the most emo service in the history of this...

Vocational Sundays: Lynn Perkins

This Sunday, we heard from Lynn Perkins, an Episcopal priest in town, as she talked about not only her vocational journey but the journey...

Vocational Sundays: Ken Kumon

This Sunday, we heard from Ken Kumon, an engineer and one of our very esteemed board members, as he tells us about his vocational journey...

Wisdom by Brad Eubanks

"Wisdom is radiant and unfading, and she is easily discerned by those who love her, and is found by those who seek her...

Reformation by Brad Eubanks

So, today we celebrate Reformation Day. Why. in God’s name, do we throw away Halloween (yep, it’s actually October 31st...

Wonder by Allie Papke-Larson

This evening I am going to ask you all to wonder with me about these texts we just read to wonder about our theology and faith...

Rubber Hearts by Allie Papke-Larson

Six months ago this week, Flagstaff received the ordinances to shelter in place. With these ordinances came a wariness of others...

Grief by Cari States-Codding

There is this toxic concept that, just because someone is going through something quantifiably worse than you, that you shouldn’t complain..