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Recent sermons from worship services of The First Baptist Church of the City of Washington D.C.

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PALM SUNDAY WORSHIP - April 5, 2020 11am

PALM SUNDAY WORSHIP - April 5, 2020 11am (via Zoom) Message: Love and Lament; Scripture Texts: Luke 19:37-44; Zechariah 9:9-10 Communion: Please br...Palm Sunday Communion ServiceRemember Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem and his last meal with his friends in the upper room.

16 MINAPR 7
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PALM SUNDAY WORSHIP - April 5, 2020 11am

Christ Encounters: An Observant “Other” - March 15, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide “The hardest spiritual work in the world is to love the neighbor as the self—to encounter another human being not as someone you can use, change, fix, help, save, enroll, convince or control, but simply as someone who can spring you from the prison of yourself, if you will allow it.” ~ Barbara Brown Taylor (An Altar in the World)

16 MINMAR 15
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Christ Encounters: An Observant “Other” - March 15, 2020

Christ Encounters: A Surreptitious Seeker - March 8, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide There is a voice inside me that urges caution. It tells me to be careful, to keep my head, not to go too far, not to burn my boats. I don't want to be carried away with any resolution which I shall afterward regret, for I know I shall be feeling quite different after breakfast. This is my endless recurrent temptation— to go down to that sea, which is God, and there neither to dive nor swim nor float, but only to dabble and splash, careful not to get out of my depth, and to hold onto the lifeline that connects me with my temporal things— the lifeline that proves to be my deathline." ~ C. S. Lewis (The Weight of Glory)

20 MINMAR 12
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Christ Encounters: A Surreptitious Seeker - March 8, 2020

Christ Encounters: The Wilderness - March 1, 2020

One day you finally knew what you had to do, and began, though the voices around you kept shouting their bad advice— though the whole house began to tremble and you felt the old tug at your ankles… ~ Mary Oliver, “The Journey”

14 MINMAR 2
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Christ Encounters: The Wilderness - March 1, 2020

Ash Wednesday - Pain and Healing - February 26, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide O Lord, who hast mercy upon all, take away from me my sins, and mercifully kindle in me the fire of thy Holy Spirit. Take away from me the heart of stone, and give me a heart of flesh, a heart to love and adore Thee, a heart to delight in Thee, to follow and enjoy Thee, for Christ's sake, Amen ~ St. Ambrose of Milan (AD 339-397)

10 MINFEB 27
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Ash Wednesday - Pain and Healing - February 26, 2020

Get Up and Do Not Be Afraid - February 23, 2020

Even with us something like that happens once in a while. The face of a man walking his child in the park, of a woman picking peas in the garden, of sometimes even the unlikeliest person listening to a concert, say, or standing barefoot in the sand watching the waves roll in, or just having a beer at a Saturday baseball game in July. Every once and so often, something so touching, so incandescent, so alive transfigures the human face that it's almost beyond bearing. Click Image Above to View Worship Guide ~ Frederich Beuchner

15 MINFEB 24
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Get Up and Do Not Be Afraid - February 23, 2020

Good News: God Isn’t Fair - February 16, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide Gracious God,In your loving heart thereis room for everyone—without exception.Give us courage to be soat home in you that wedare make room for others.Let your world be a placeof delight and homecomingfor all creation.~ Congregational prayer, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

25 MINFEB 17
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Good News: God Isn’t Fair - February 16, 2020

Going Public - February 9, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide “Do not think you must speak the truth to a Christian but can lie to a ‘pagan.’ You are speaking to your brother or sister, born like you from Adam and Eve: realize all the people you meet are your neighbors even before they are Christians; you have no idea how God sees them. The ones you mock for worshiping stones … may worship God more fervently than you who laughed at them…You cannot see into the future, so let every one be your neighbor.”~ Augustine of Hippo (354-430)

19 MINFEB 11
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Going Public - February 9, 2020

The Crazy Farmer - February 2, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide “Many churches sing the hymn, ‘There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy,’ but the church is not always generous in dispensing it. God does not dole out mercy like cookies only for good, repentant children. God’s mercy is not conditioned by our response. God is mercy. So, wide is wider than we guess.”~ David Buttrick

20 MINFEB 11
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The Crazy Farmer - February 2, 2020

Half-Baked - January 26, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide “Every time you close another door—be it the door of immediate satisfaction, the door of distracting entertainment, the door of busyness, the door of guilt and worry, or the door of self-rejection—you commit yourself to go deeper into your heart and thus deeper into the heart of God. This is a movement toward full incarnation. It leads you to become what you already are—a child of God; it lets you embody more and more the truth of your being; it makes you claim the God within you.”~ Henri J. M. Nouwen (1932-1996)

22 MINJAN 29
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Half-Baked - January 26, 2020

Latest Episodes

PALM SUNDAY WORSHIP - April 5, 2020 11am

PALM SUNDAY WORSHIP - April 5, 2020 11am (via Zoom) Message: Love and Lament; Scripture Texts: Luke 19:37-44; Zechariah 9:9-10 Communion: Please br...Palm Sunday Communion ServiceRemember Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem and his last meal with his friends in the upper room.

16 MINAPR 7
Comments
PALM SUNDAY WORSHIP - April 5, 2020 11am

Christ Encounters: An Observant “Other” - March 15, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide “The hardest spiritual work in the world is to love the neighbor as the self—to encounter another human being not as someone you can use, change, fix, help, save, enroll, convince or control, but simply as someone who can spring you from the prison of yourself, if you will allow it.” ~ Barbara Brown Taylor (An Altar in the World)

16 MINMAR 15
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Christ Encounters: An Observant “Other” - March 15, 2020

Christ Encounters: A Surreptitious Seeker - March 8, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide There is a voice inside me that urges caution. It tells me to be careful, to keep my head, not to go too far, not to burn my boats. I don't want to be carried away with any resolution which I shall afterward regret, for I know I shall be feeling quite different after breakfast. This is my endless recurrent temptation— to go down to that sea, which is God, and there neither to dive nor swim nor float, but only to dabble and splash, careful not to get out of my depth, and to hold onto the lifeline that connects me with my temporal things— the lifeline that proves to be my deathline." ~ C. S. Lewis (The Weight of Glory)

20 MINMAR 12
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Christ Encounters: A Surreptitious Seeker - March 8, 2020

Christ Encounters: The Wilderness - March 1, 2020

One day you finally knew what you had to do, and began, though the voices around you kept shouting their bad advice— though the whole house began to tremble and you felt the old tug at your ankles… ~ Mary Oliver, “The Journey”

14 MINMAR 2
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Christ Encounters: The Wilderness - March 1, 2020

Ash Wednesday - Pain and Healing - February 26, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide O Lord, who hast mercy upon all, take away from me my sins, and mercifully kindle in me the fire of thy Holy Spirit. Take away from me the heart of stone, and give me a heart of flesh, a heart to love and adore Thee, a heart to delight in Thee, to follow and enjoy Thee, for Christ's sake, Amen ~ St. Ambrose of Milan (AD 339-397)

10 MINFEB 27
Comments
Ash Wednesday - Pain and Healing - February 26, 2020

Get Up and Do Not Be Afraid - February 23, 2020

Even with us something like that happens once in a while. The face of a man walking his child in the park, of a woman picking peas in the garden, of sometimes even the unlikeliest person listening to a concert, say, or standing barefoot in the sand watching the waves roll in, or just having a beer at a Saturday baseball game in July. Every once and so often, something so touching, so incandescent, so alive transfigures the human face that it's almost beyond bearing. Click Image Above to View Worship Guide ~ Frederich Beuchner

15 MINFEB 24
Comments
Get Up and Do Not Be Afraid - February 23, 2020

Good News: God Isn’t Fair - February 16, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide Gracious God,In your loving heart thereis room for everyone—without exception.Give us courage to be soat home in you that wedare make room for others.Let your world be a placeof delight and homecomingfor all creation.~ Congregational prayer, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco

25 MINFEB 17
Comments
Good News: God Isn’t Fair - February 16, 2020

Going Public - February 9, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide “Do not think you must speak the truth to a Christian but can lie to a ‘pagan.’ You are speaking to your brother or sister, born like you from Adam and Eve: realize all the people you meet are your neighbors even before they are Christians; you have no idea how God sees them. The ones you mock for worshiping stones … may worship God more fervently than you who laughed at them…You cannot see into the future, so let every one be your neighbor.”~ Augustine of Hippo (354-430)

19 MINFEB 11
Comments
Going Public - February 9, 2020

The Crazy Farmer - February 2, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide “Many churches sing the hymn, ‘There’s a Wideness in God’s Mercy,’ but the church is not always generous in dispensing it. God does not dole out mercy like cookies only for good, repentant children. God’s mercy is not conditioned by our response. God is mercy. So, wide is wider than we guess.”~ David Buttrick

20 MINFEB 11
Comments
The Crazy Farmer - February 2, 2020

Half-Baked - January 26, 2020

Click Image Above to View Worship Guide “Every time you close another door—be it the door of immediate satisfaction, the door of distracting entertainment, the door of busyness, the door of guilt and worry, or the door of self-rejection—you commit yourself to go deeper into your heart and thus deeper into the heart of God. This is a movement toward full incarnation. It leads you to become what you already are—a child of God; it lets you embody more and more the truth of your being; it makes you claim the God within you.”~ Henri J. M. Nouwen (1932-1996)

22 MINJAN 29
Comments
Half-Baked - January 26, 2020
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