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The sermon podcast from Eucharist Church in downtown Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. We post Sunday sermons by Kevin Makins, Jill Trites, and others in our community and beyond. We also have a mid-week podcast featuring interviews and conversations on a range of churchy stuff. While we are grateful for anyone who listens in online, we also want to help people find good local communities. Contact us if you need a church recommendation in your area. Finally, we are fundraising to repair our "new" 1 ...
 
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If anyone experienced the dissonance between what God's people say they believe and how they actually act... it was Jesus. It literally got him killed. And yet when speaking about his own tradition and story, he didn't dismiss what came before him, but said he was here to fulfill it. What does it mean to fulfill the story you've received, even whil…
 
We're about to embark on a journey into the heart of Jesus' message, his teaching known as "The Sermon on the Mount". But before we ascend the mountain and sit at his feet, let's first ask another question: What exactly is a Christian, anyways? ___ We're now gathering in person, Sundays at 10:30 and 1pm, with a kids program outside, concurrent with…
 
We're gathering in person again! Please join us at either 10:30 or 1pm every Sunday. "Who Are We Now?" walks through five values that have shaped our community. These arose through an organic process of listening and together naming what God was up to within Eucharist. Those values are: Table, Place, Participation, Pioneering, and Creativity. Of co…
 
"Who Are We Now?" walks through five values that have shaped our community. These arose through an organic process of listening and together naming what God was up to within Eucharist. Those values are: Table, Place, Participation, Pioneering, and Creativity. Of course, these values impact us differently in 2021. What does it mean to live them out …
 
This week, we get a little crazy. "Who Are We Now?" walks through five values that have shaped our community. These arose through an organic process of listening and together naming what God was up to within Eucharist. Those values are: Table, Place, Participation, Pioneering, and Creativity. Of course, these values impact us differently in 2021. W…
 
"Who Are We Now?" walks through five values that have shaped our community. These arose through an organic process of listening and together naming what God was up to within Eucharist. Those values are: Table, Place, Participation, Pioneering, and Creativity. Of course, these values impact us differently in 2021. What does it mean to live them out …
 
This week we begin a new season as a church, and a new sermon series: Who Are We Now? "Who Are We Now?" walks through five values that have shaped our community. These arose through an organic process of listening and together naming what God was up to within Eucharist. Those values are: Table, Place, Participation, Pioneering, and Creativity. Of c…
 
September: Wednesdays at 8pm on Zoom Sunday All Gather September 19 at 11am, Gage Park Sanctuary Prayer Room Sundays from 2-6pm October: Regathering in person Two services, likely 10:30 and 1pm 1 hour each with time for breakouts after No kids programming at this time Zoom stream for 1pm service Kevin's Public Theology Project: Search "The Question…
 
Apologies for the earlier upload that had the wrong file up. Jesus has risen from the dead, and the disciples are locked in a tiny room, terrified of the world around them. Not sure about you, but being trapped in a tiny room seems relatable, in a physical sense, and a spiritual one. The small room keeps you safe, but it also keeps you isolated. Wh…
 
When it comes to rules, the church has got quite a few First, there is the list of "don’t do's" which may include drinking alcohol, dancing, R-rated movies, gambling, using cannabis, swearing, or wearing a hat in church. Then there's the list of what we "ought to do," including kindness, mercy, forgiveness, generosity, sabbath, witnessing, praying,…
 
This is a sermon about the Bible, but before you listen, read the following poem written by Samantha Butler, a part of our Eucharist community: You are an old friend, aren’t you, An old friend with many arms, Bound and brushed off, and pulled in all directions, and contorted, A feat of human imagination, now ammunition, now a balm of honey and milk…
 
Over the last few weeks we've seen the worst of what Christianity can look like: Nationalist, racist, arrogant and even violent. In light of those horrors, you might be tempted to walk away from it all. But perhaps there is another way. Over the next few months in Eucharist, our Wednesday evening services are going to explore what this can look lik…
 
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