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!


14 January 2018: John 1:43-51. Second Sunday after the Epiphany.  Fr. Ted relates Dr. Martin Luther King to our readings today.  “I am here, Lord and I am listening”.  Are we listening?


7 January 2018: Mark 1:4-11. First Sunday after the Epiphany.  What does it mean to be a Christian?


24 December 2017: Luke 1: 26-38.  Fourth Sunday of Advent. 


17 December 2017: John  1:6-8, 19-28.  Third Sunday of Advent.  What are you awaiting?


10 December 2017: Second Sunday of Advent: Mark 1:1-8.


3 December 2017: First Sunday of Advent: Mark 13: 24-37. The Rev William Blaine-Wallace preaching while Fr. Ted is away.


26 November 2017: Matthew 25: 31-46.  How can we take care of others in our current society?


19 November 2017: Matthew 25:14-30.  Where do we fall in the parable of the bags of gold?


12 November 2017: Matthew 25: 1-13.  A captivating sermon on why we go to church.  Are you Jack or Angela?


5 November 2017: Matthew 23: 1-12. All Saints Day service with Fr. Ted and the children.


29 October 2017: Matthew 22:34-46.  Stephanie Batterman asks us some important questions.


22 October 2017: Matthew 22: 15-22.


15 October 2017:  Matthew 22: 1-14.  “Many are called, few are chosen.” Does salvation really depend no what we are wearing?  Listen and hear what Fr. Ted has to say.


8 October 2017: Matthew 21: 33-46. “The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone.”  Jesus relates to the little, the lonely, and the lost.


24 September 2017:  This was an Instructed Eucharist.  If you missed it, please see the file below.

Instructed Eucharist


17 September 2017: Matthew 18: 21-35. It is all about forgiveness.


10 September 2017: Matthew 18:15-20. 


3 September 2017: St. Paul Letter to the Romans 12: 9-21.  Church rules or what it means to be a church and to show Christian love.


27 August 2017: Matthew 16: 13-20.  Who do you say I am?


20 August 2017: Matthew 15: (10-20), 21-28.  Was Jesus prejudiced?  Listen to find out. 


13 August 2017: Matthew 14:22-23. Bishop Chilton Knudsen (former Bishop of Maine) preached today and tied the Gospel into the events in Charlottesville.  Have faith, do not be afraid, God is putting out his hand to us.


6 August 2017: Luke 9:28-36.  It is all about communication.



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