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Held at Epiphany Lutheran Church
9122 Sybert Dr
Ellicott City, MD 21043

Office: 3525 Ellicott Mills Drive, Suite A
Ellicott City, MD 21043
Courthouse Square Office Complex

Sermons (Page 3)

Of Faith and Justice

This Sunday, we explore justice and equity through the lens of religions throughout the centuries.  In many circumstances, faith has traditionally been utilized to justify detrimental social hierarchies, caste systems, and slavery.  How can we reinterpret faith and religion as entities of compassion, equity, justice, and love? We use the history and theologies of our own faith tradition to redefine traditional views…

In Each of Our Days

This Sunday, we explore how we can weave the call of justice and equity into each day, centering in awareness, courage, and radical empathy. We engage in small acts of service and use our gifts and talents to craft a beautiful and equitable world. Through these intentions and actions, we become closer to all we hold sacred and holy as we deepen…

Within the Web

This Sunday, we usher in the theme of Justice and Equity.  In order to begin this crucial work, we are called to get proximate to those most in need. As a guide, we delve deep into the wisdom and practices offered by well-known justice activist Bryan Stevenson. Step one: get to know those you intend to help. Our widespread disconnect between the…

Just as You Are

This Sunday, we explore how centering the practice of self-love can be a liberating, spiritual act.   How can our lives transform if we believe the words “you are just right”? Together, we will traverse a journey that begins through centering in self affirmation, that guides us toward finding this love from within, not without, and that allows us to begin, together,…

Liberating your Love

This month’s worship theme is “Liberating Love”, and so far this month we have considered it as a noun – Agape. But “Liberating Love” can also be interpreted as an action, and we will consider such questions as “What is this love that should be liberated?” and “Where did this love come from?”.