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Hold Back Nothing

“Hold back nothing from God…” Rev. Janie M. Walker speaks to the ins & outs of God’s economy in her sermon on Mark 12:38-44, delivered at Community worship on Tuesday, November 13, 2018. Janie came to Richmond Hill as a resident associate pastor in 2000. She left the residential community in 2008, but continued...

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Reciprocal Love

Reciprocal love and the Kingdom — it goes round and round. Rev. Joel Blunk offers insight in his sermon on Mark 12:28-34 given at Community worship on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Joel is an ordained Presbyterian minister with the Presbyterian Church (USA).  He came to Richmond Hill to serve as Co-Pastoral Director in February...

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Make Haste, Lord!

“O God, come to our assistance,” she said. “O Lord, make haste to help us!” we replied. Rev. Vicky Bethel poignantly ties today’s events to Mark’s gospel (Mark 10:46-52) in her message given during Community worship on Tuesday, October 30, 2018. Vicky is in her second year as a member of the Urban Service...

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Discovering Your Annointed Place

Jabriel Hasan takes on the question of finding out your anointed place of service in his message delivered during Community worship on Tuesday, October 23, 2018. Jabriel is in his second year as a member of the urban Service Corps of Richmond Hill.  He assists Richmond Hill’s Communications team, as well as interns with outreach...

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Feeling Forsaken

Lindsey Franklin speaks to what it can mean to be forsaken as she weaves together her work as hospital chaplain with Job, Psalm 22, and the rich young ruler from Mark 10. Lindsey preached at Community worship on Tuesday, October 16, 2018. Lindsey is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School and did her undergraduate...

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Divorce and Children and Grace

Divorce and children — and the saving grace of the Lectionary. Rev. Joel Blunk tackles a tough gospel message in his sermon on Mark 10:2-16, delivered at Community worship on Tuesday, October 9, 2018. Joel is an ordained Presbyterian minister with the Presbyterian Church (USA).  He came to Richmond Hill to serve as Co-Pastoral...

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Help with the Healing

Rev. Janie M. Walker speaks on portions of Mark 7 in her sermon given at Community worship on Tuesday, October 2, 2018. Janie came to Richmond Hill as a resident associate pastor in 2000. She left the residential community in 2008, but continued to live out her passion around God’s healing of metropolitan Richmond...

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Three Words

Three words on a tough lesson: greatest/servant/welcome. Rev. Bob Hetherington preaches on Mark 9:30-37 at Community worship on Tuesday, September 25, 2018. Bob served as Rector of St. Paul’s in Richmond for 22 years and remains an active presence in the Richmond community, including service to Richmond Hill and the Westminster Canterbury Foundation in particular...

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People On the Way

Rev. Janie M. Walker reminds us we are not just “People of the Way,” but rather “People on the Way.” This message on Mark 8:27-38 was preached at Community worship on Tuesday, September 18, 2018. Janie came to Richmond Hill as a resident associate pastor in 2000. She left the residential community in 2008,...

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