Drink, Be Fed, Be Washed. Serve.

A reminder that on Jesus’ last night with his Disciples he called them into service. We too are called to be washed and to serve. The Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s on Maundy Thursday. Scripture: Exodus 12:1-4, (5-10), 11-14, Corinthians 11:23-26, John 13:1-17, 31b-35

Sitting in Darkness

A word of thanks for those who are willing to sit in darkness this Holy Week. John 13:21-32. The Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Mildred’s Roman Catholic Church, for Somerset Ecumenical Holy Week Services.

Busted Couches and Costly Nard

Lent is a great teacher which shows us how to give the best of ourselves, our only gift. The Rev. Amanda Musterman at Sain Patrick, the 5th Sunday of Lent, Year C. John 12:1-8.

Come Home

Through the parable of Prodigal Son, we are all called home to experience God’s extravagent abundance, grace, and love. The Rev. Amanda Musterman. Joshua 5:9-12, Psalm 32, Luke 15:1-3, 11-32.

Lenten Sung Prayers

Prayers of the People, Forth Sunday of Lent, Sung. Text modified from Intercessions for the Christian People (Liturgical Press, 1990). Melody and response by Fran McKendree.

Altar Call

Lent is a time to listen to God’s call to repent. The Rev. Amanda Musterman Exodus 3:1-15, Luke 13:1-9,
Psalm 63:1-8.

We Don’t Like Lent

We don’t like Lent, and maybe we aren’t supposed to. We don’t do Lent because it is the spiritual equivalent of spinach, lima beans, and brussel sprouts, we practice Lent because it brings us closer to the way of Christ. The Second Sunday of Lent, 2/21/2016, The Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick Episcopal Church in Somerset, Ky. Philippians 3:17-4:1, Luke 13:31-35,
Psalm 27

You will die, and it is wonderfully good news.

Despite cold weather and snow, the folks gathered during Ash Wednesday to hear this sermon – You will Die. And THAT’S GOOD NEWS! The Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church. 2/10/2016

Boldly into His Likeness

Being transformed is a terrifying adventure. Rev. Amanda Musterman talks about how we are to be transformed boldly into the light and likeness of Christ. Sunday, 2/2/2016 at Saint Patrick Episcopal Church, Somerset, Kentucky. Exodus 34:29-35, 2 Corinthians 3:12-4:2, Luke 9:28-33.

Bishop’s Address

The Right Rev. Doug Hahn addresses Saint Patrick Episcopal Church in his annual visit.