Sermons by Rev. Candy Snively
Have you ever bought new stuff to organize and hold your old stuff in order to make room for more stuff? Do you sometimes find and bring home good boxes knowing that someday you’ll probably have some stuff to put in those boxes? Have you ever been so envious of or wishful for another’s life that you were unable or unwilling to celebrate his or her successes, abilities, or good fortune? You look at them and say to yourself, “What about me?” ….
Love your neighbor as yourself: a commandment of scriture that sometimes is difficult to interpret. How far does our obligation go? After all, who is our neighbor? Do you even know all your neighbors? If not, how can you love them? …
The Rev. Candy Snively discusses Jesus’ prayer of all being one, of unity: “I ask not only on behalf of these, but also on behalf of those who will believe in me through their word, that they may all be one.”
John 13:1-17, 31b-35
As we come together this Maundy Thursday. George and I will have the opportunity to wash some of your feet….
(NOTE: we apologize for the poor sound quality of this recording – we had some technical problems.)