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August 12, 2018 – The Venerable Mimsy Jones

SERMON ST. GEORGE 2018 Sunday, August 12, 2018   Irenaeus, the second century priest and bishop of Lyon, wrote, “The glory of God is a man fully alive.’’ If ever a person was fully alive, with all the glory and … Continue reading

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September 2, 2018 – The Reverend C. Waite Maclin

ST. GEORGE CHAPEL TENANTS HARBOR SEPTEMBER 2, 2018 Fifteenth Sunday After Pentecost     As I was thinking of what I might preach about this morning, our last time together in the chapel till next summer, word came in the … Continue reading

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July 29, 2018, The Reverend Susan Flanders

Speaking Truth to Power                                                                    Susan M. Flanders St. George’s Chapel, August 5, 2018               Speak truth to power!  We hear this imperative a lot these days.  It is the rallying cry at marches and protests; it is the lament … Continue reading

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July 22, 2018 – The Rev. Larry Harris

PRAYER               God is Good.               With this title,               a man from West Africa named George Browne,               one of my seminary classmates for a time,               began a sermon on the 23rd Psalm. … Continue reading

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July 15, 2018 The Rev. Dr. T. Richard Snyder

What is Truth?   T. Richard Snyder  40 Washington St. #301 Camden, ME 04843 [email protected] July 15, 2018   O.T.  Numbers 22: 21-35 N.T.  John 18: 28-38   2000 years ago, Pilate asked a question for the ages.  “What is … Continue reading

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July 1, 2018 The Rev. C. Waite Maclin

  A Sermon St. George Episcopal Church Tenants Harbor, Maine July 1, 2018 Sixth Sunday After Pentecost     There is a wonderful, probably aprocryphal story of the family visiting the Maine coast from New York City for a summer. … Continue reading

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August 13, 2017 The Right Reverend Stephen Lane

Pentecost 10 8.13.17 1 Kings 19:9-18; Psalm 85: 8-13; Romans 10:5-15; Matthew 14:22-33 Our readings this morning illuminate the mystery of faith in God, and the characters involved are two paragons of faith: Elijah on the run and Peter on … Continue reading

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August 20, 2017 The Venerable Mimsy Jones

  SERMON ST. GEORGE CHAPEL PROPER 15A GENESIS 45: 1-15; MATTHEW 15: 21-28 Paul Tillich, the great 20th century theologian, once wrote, "If I were asked to sum up the Christian message in two words, I would say it is … Continue reading

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August 6, 2017 Reverend Bob Hargreaves

TRANSFIGURATION   08/06/17  ST. GEORGE’S Luke 9:28-36   Have you noticed how many people want us to    see them as more glorious than they really are?   Caesar and Herod just to name two from Jesus’ own     Day.   … Continue reading

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July 30, 2017 Reverend Susan Flanders

  Sermon for St. George’s July 30, 2017 Several of us are walking along the beach, a beautiful clear early summer day. Our conversation is inconsequential, but then on of us volunteers that he has recently visited an old college … Continue reading

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