Sermons by Dr. Elizabeth Windsor

The Hands of Love

We hold each other’s hands as we pray – and anchored to the Spirit in each other, we reach our hands out into the world. It is “the hands of love” that form a chain reaction of being ministered to and ministering to others. This is the rhythm of Christian practice.

The Time to Exhale

The days between the Ascension of Jesus and the coming of the Holy Spirit on the Day of Pentecost invite the disciples -and us- to think about our changing relationship with God. How do we breathe out our losses and make room for the life-giving Spirit that will blow us in new directions?

Kingdom Politics

The psalmist writes, “Happy is the Nation whose God is the Lord!” As the presidential election approaches, Scripture encourages us to cast our votes out of confidence in God’s steadfast love and abundance. Jesus reminds us to “not be afraid; it is God’s good pleasure to give us the Kingdom.” How do we live as dual citizens of both the US and the Kingdom of God?