Sermons by The Rev. Carolyn H. Eklund

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August 4, 2019: Sermon Preached by The Rev. Carolyn H. Eklund

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Year C1; Proper 13; 8.4.2019, The Rev. Carolyn H. Eklund, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Brunswick, Maine Luke 12:13-21 It’s great to be back worshiping with you today. It’s even more wonderful to be sharing Coffee Hour hospitality with my friend and Vestry member, Dana Baer because our August birthdays are only three days apart. Happy birthday, Dana! […]

July 7, 2019: Sermon preached by The Rev. Carolyn H. Eklund

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  Year C; Proper 9; 7.7.2019 Luke 10:1-11; 16-20   Welcome to St. Paul’s today for our annual Outdoor July Eucharist! It’s a beautiful morning! Thanks be to God! This Sunday is an extended Holiday weekend from Thursday’s celebration of Independence Day. Parades and fireworks have been happening all weekend. This is the weekend that […]

June 9, 2019: Sermon preached by The Rev. Carolyn H. Eklund

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  Year C; Pentecost Sunday; 6.9.2019 Acts 2:1-21   Come, Holy Spirit, empower us.  Come, Holy Spirit, inspire us. Come, Holy Spirit, unify us.   Today is the day of Pentecost when Christians glory in the amazing power of Christ’s Spirit. We enthusiastically wear the color red to remind us of the “tongues of fire” […]

April 28, 2019: Sermon preached by the Rev. Carolyn Eklund

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Year C; 2 Easter; 4.28.2019 John 20:19-31   Recently, I saw a photo of a restored stone-carved frieze on the exterior of the Lincoln Cathedral. Lincoln Cathedral is located north of London and dates to Norman times. It is one of the mostgrand cathedrals in England. I love this stone carving because it depicts the […]