“This day shall be a day of remembrance for you.”

A sermon offered on the 14th Sunday after Pentecost, September 6, 2020.

The exciting story of Exodus is interrupted right before the climactic moment of the final plague by liturgical instructions for celebrating Passover. The moment of liberation is so important that the creation of the liturgy to remember the moment is part of the story itself.

I was thankful to worship with the good folks of St. Andrew’s Birmingham as they resumed inside, in person (physically distanced) worship this morning, and then at Trinity Commons in the evening. The recording is from the morning service at St. Andrew’s.

Readings: Exodus 12:1-14 * Psalm 149 * Romans 13:8-14 * Matthew 18:15-20

Audio only available here

Published by akhudlow

I am a priest in the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Alabama. I am a church nerd, printmaker, storyteller, and blogger.

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