World Communion Sunday after you Reject Sacrificial Atonement – a sermon on progressive Communion

world-communion-sundayThis sermon is inspired by, infused with, and indebted to the work of Kurt Struckmeyer whose essay “The Words of the Eucharist” articulates communion in terms of “liberation” and pointed me to the work of the Roman Catholic liturgist Gabe Huck; with just a little Martin Luther thrown in to insure that “this is most certainly true.” The readings included 1 Corinthians 11:23-26, Mark 14:22-25 and Luke 22:14-20 – listen to the sermon here

One thought on “World Communion Sunday after you Reject Sacrificial Atonement – a sermon on progressive Communion

  1. Pastor Dawn – Thank you for your nice comments about my essay on “The Words of the Eucharist.” I assume you found it on ProgressiveChristianity.com. Your sermon was spot on. When my wife heard it, she said that we might have to visit your congregation someday. We live in Farmington Hills, Michigan just outside of Detroit.

    I shared your sermon on my Following Jesus Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Following-Jesus-a-life-of-faith-in-a-postmodern-world/393823850688935. I have about 325 followers internationally and it continues to grow.

    You might be interested in my recent book “A Conspiracy of Love: Following Jesus in a Postmodern World. You can find out more on my web site: http://www.followingJesus.org.

    I’ll be following you from now on.

    Kurt Struckmeyer

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