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Good Morning Church: From Our Home to Yours, 4/19/2020

4/19/2020 Good Morning Church: From Our Home to Yours 2nd Sunday of Easter Welcome God Moments Prayers John 20:19-31 (Spark Story Bible by Sparkhouse) Discovery Time Message by Bishop Jim Hazelwood, New England Synod, ELCA “Beautiful Savior” photo montage Thanks … Continue reading

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“Doubting Thomas” feels like just the right story about now…

Think about it. They were afraid to “go outside.“ There was some weirdness around the safety of touching. The future was uncertain and everything they thought was solid ground beneath them was ripped out from under their feet.  Sound familiar? … Continue reading

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“Peace…Get On With It” a sermon on John 14:25-31

5/26/2019 Easter 6 Memorial Day Weekend Sermon on John 14:25-31 “Peace…Get On With It” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT Pastor Geoff Sinibaldo Confirmation of Elise DeBernardo Confirmation of Aiden Goiangos

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“Be renewed; be restored; be raised” a sermon on Acts 9:36-43 & John 10:22-30

May 12, 2019 Easter 4 Sermon on Acts 9:36-43  & John 10:22-30 “Be renewed; be restored; be raised” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“He’s with you the whole time” a sermon on Luke 24:13-35

4/28/2019 Easter 2 Sermon on Luke 24:13-35 “He’s with you the whole time” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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Easter Sunday “At the Empty Tomb…You Belong Here”

4/21/2019 Easter Sunday Sermon on John 20:1-29 “At the Empty Tomb… You Belong Here” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“8 words out of silence and fear” an Easter sermon on Mark 16:1-8

4/01/2018 Easter Sunday Mark 16:1-8 “8 words out of silence and fear” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“Darkness, Light & the Vineyard” a sermon on Matt 21:33-46 after Las Vegas

10/08/2017 Sermon on Matt 21:33-46 & Philippians 3:4-14 “Darkness, Light & the Vineyard” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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“Your Easter Privilege” Easter 2017

4/16/2017 Easter Sermon on Matthew 28:1-20 “Your Easter Privilege” St. Paul Lutheran Church, Old Saybrook, CT

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“Funerals can be a tricky business” a sermon on John 11:1-53

4/02/2017 Lent 5 Sermon on John 11:-1-53 “Funerals can be a tricky business (esp. when your pastor doesn’t show up)” St. Paul Lutheran Church Old Saybrook, CT

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