Sermons by Rev. Kristin Krantz

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A Sermon for Trinity Sunday

Gracious God, take our minds and think through them; take our hands and work through them; take our hearts and set them on fire. Amen.     Father, Son, Holy Spirit. Creator, Redeemer, Sustainer. The Holy Trinity. A theological issue that took many years and many arguments to solidify as church doctrine.  One of the […]

A Sermon for Easter Sunday

  Alleluia!  Christ is risen! The Lord is risen indeed!  Alleluia!     There is a practice in the Orthodox tradition to tells jokes at Easter in honor of the joke that Jesus played on death in the resurrection. Don’t stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Sara was a precocious 5 year old.  […]

A Sermon for the Third Week of Lent

  Gracious God, take our minds and think through them; take our hands and work through them; take our hearts and set them on fire. Amen.     The woman at the well.  The Samaritan woman.  Her name has been lost to us, and so we know her only in describing her.  And yet, what […]

A Sermon for the First Week of Lent

  Gracious God, take our minds and think through them; take our hands and work through them; take our hearts and set them on fire. Amen.     Have you ever wondered why we have Lent? In “Lenten Discipline”, her sermon on Luke’s version of the temptation of Jesus in the desert, Episcopal priest and […]