From the Tent of Meeting
As renovations continued at the Monastery and Guesthouse in the fall of 2010 the Brothers were delighted to have been able to resume Sunday Eucharist from a tent in the Guesthouse garden.
In this four-sermon series, the Brothers pondered how God meets us and finds us in the places we worship, as well as how we are invited to worship God at all times and in all places.
Wilderness – Br. Geoffrey Tristram
Br. Geoffrey explores the meaning of worship in a “Tent of Meeting,” for the Brothers, in the Scriptures, and for all of us.
Preached: September 19, 2010
Shrine – Br. James Koester
Br. James shares, from personal experience, the ways in which a shrine is a site filled with experience and memory.
Preached: September 26, 2010
Temple – Br. Mark Brown
Br. Mark takes us through the history of temples, from the ancient world to the Monastery Chapel at 980 Memorial Drive, to locate the true temple in which God loves to dwell: within ourselves.
Preached: October 3, 2010
Tent – Br. Kevin Hackett
Br. Kevin delves into one of the richest stories in the Hebrew Scriptures, to discover how (unexpectedly, unpredictably, wondrously) God comes to us at home.
Preached: October 10, 2010
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