The Anglican Centre is part of my life here. I recently had the honor of preaching at the Centre’s weekly Eucharist. A wise preacher once taught me that a sermon is intended to bring the Word alive to a particular people at a particular time and place. Sometimes though, a sermon has more universal relevance. And sermons also have a personal element. The preacher is listening to what the Holy Spirit is inviting them to say, and as another mentor once told me, they want to hear it in your voice.
This particular sermon has both broader relevance and also speaks to lessons from some of my own experiences serving in the church. I offer it to you, and invite you to offer your own reflections in return. Blessings.