Sermons on “Work”

Traditional Service, “The Ins and Outs of Lions’ Dens”

The figure of Daniel gives us encouragement to work hard in the world, while reminding us that there are always dangers and we must remember that our first allegiance is to God. God vindicated Daniel, even as he later vindicated Jesus, raising him from the pit of death, and even as, please God, he will someday raise us.

Uptown Service, “Isn’t Life Just One Thing After Another?”

We all are uncomfortable with admitting we live pretty normal lives. Why do we long to be extraordinary? And is that a good longing?

Uptown Service, “Do Not Worry?”

Father Thomas looks at Erik Pickersgill’s provocative photo essay, “Removed,” and asks how do we learn to enjoy God instead of merely using him? It turns out that doing so is the key to following St. Paul’s imperative: “Do not worry.”