People as People

Using the example of the book “Picking Cotton” we explore what happens when we see our enemies and villains as brother and sisters in Christ. Romans 13:9-14 and Matthew 18:15-20. The Rev. Amanda Musterman on Proper 18A


Put a Little Love in Your Heart

The collect for this day prays for us to have “true religion?” What does that mean? Examples found in Romans and in Huston. Psalm 26:1-8, Romans 12:9-21, Matthew 16:21-28. The Rev. Amanda Musterman on Proper 17A.


Compassionate Action

Like a heart wrenching Sally Struthers Commercial from the 1980’s Jesus calls us to act and live with passionate compassion for those around us. Matthew 9:35-10:8. The Rev. Amanda Musterman on 6/18/17 Proper 6A.


Ah.. Patrick

As Christians, some times we do not always feel equipped to share the Gospel. That’s Ok, neither did the Disciples. Taking our cues from Saint Patrick, let us find simple, authentic ways of sharing God’s love through the Great Commission. Amanda Musterman on Trinity Sunday, 6/11/2017. 2 Cor. 13:11-13, Matthew 28:16-20.


Tent or Tabernacle?

Does God reside in a tent, tabernacle, our our hearts? God is on the move! For, I am the church, you are the church, we are the church together. Amanda Musterman on Easter V, 5/14/2017. Psalm 31, 1 Peter 2:2-10, John 14:1-14.


Rev. Steve Hall – What is a Volunteer?

Rev. Steve Hall, President of Over-My-Head Homeless Inactive, counts the cost of discipleship for the early Disciples and for us, reminding us that Christ’s call is one to an un-housed life. Luke 9:58-60. 1/17/2016 at Saint Patrick Episcopal Church in Somerset, KY.

Pictures of Baptism

Looking at three classical pictures of Christ’s baptism, Rev. Amanda Musterman reminds us the most important picture of Christ’s baptism is the one which reminds us that Christ travels with us and will never leave. Isaiah 43:1-7, Acts 8:14-17
Luke 3:15-17, 21-22, and Psalm 29. On the Baptism of Our Lord, 1/1/2016 at Saint Patrick Episcopal Church, Somerset, Kentucky.

Musical Selection – Gloria

A segment from Saint Patrick’s Service Music during Epiphany. “The Gloria” by Pleasant Company.

Giving Thanks, Preparing the Way

Annual Report from the Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church. On December 6, 2015, Rev. Amanda gives thanks for 2015 and asks the church to discern where God is leading in the new year. Using Philippians 1:3-11,
Luke 3:1-6, Luke 1:68-79.

On Earth as it is in Heaven

Christ the King Sunday at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church. Rev. Amanda Musterman asks – how does the Kingdom of God come to heaven? Using words from Pope Pius XI, “Ubi Arcano Dei Consilio”, December 22, 1922. John 18:33-37, Psalm 132:1-19, and Revelation 1:4-8.