Friday, August 16, 2013

At an Unexpected Hour (preaching video)

What follows is video of the final sermon preached at Saint Peter's Church where I spent the past year serving as Vicar. Primarily on the appointed lectionary Gospel message for the day, Saint Luke 12: 32 - 40, the sermon also reflects thinking I've been doing after reading an article from the The Atlantic entitled "The Rise of the Christian Left in America." The camera's stayed on following the end of the sermon, so you can watch the Intercessory Prayers we do at the weekly Healing Vespers as well.

God's peace,

Dustin is currently in his final year of a Masters of Divinity program at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, having recently completed a year as Vicar at the Lutheran Office for World Community and Saint Peter's Church in New York City. While seeking ordination in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, his focus is on the intersection between worship, service and justice in de-centralized faith communities unencumbered by a traditional church building. In his free time, Dustin likes playing frisbee, hiking and pretending to know how to sing.

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