Grace Episcopal Church

The Episcopal Church in Bath, Maine, established in 1849

Fr. Ted’s Sermons

We will be uploading Father Ted’s sermons on a weekly basis.  Please check back frequently as you won’t want to miss them!

9 July 2017: Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30.  Have you ever had a “Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”?  Jesus understands because “his yoke is easy and his burden is light”.

 

2 July 2017: Genesis 22:1-14.  Fr. Ted showed us that  “It is not always about us!”.

 

25 June 2017: Matthew 10:24-39.  Stephanie Batterman spoke today on fear and how fear can separate us from God.  What are you afraid of?

 

18 June 2017: Matthew 9:35-10:8(9-23).  Fr. Ted speaks not about Father’s Day, but on compassion for others and asking the Lord to send out laborers, as the harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few.

 

11 June 2017 (Trinity Sunday): Matthew 28:16-20.  Fr. Ted explains ways to understand the Holy Trinity.

 

4 June 2017 (Pentecost): John 7: 37-39.  Are you sure you have used all your resources?  Turn to God and ask him.

 

28 May 2017: John 17: 1-11.  We need to listen.  To whom do you need to listen?

 

21 May 2017: John 14: 15-21.  What would you say to people who ask why you keep doing good works?  Listen to the sermon!

 

14 May 2017:  Happy Mother’s Day! Not many dry eyes among mothers for this sermon!

 

16 April 2017 (Easter Sunday): John 20: 1-18.  The Easter message is “Do not be afraid for God is always with us.”

 

9 April 2017 (Palm Sunday): The Passion Gospel of St. Matthew:  Read by George Cudworth, Nancy Kinner and Fr. Ted.

 

2 April 2017:  John 11: 1-45. “Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live:”  Do you believe?  Did Mary, Martha, and Lazarus, and him four days dead, believe?  Stephanie Batterman, guest preacher, makes us think about that.

 

 

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