Sermons by The Rev. Dawn M. Frankfurt, Rector

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Sermon – 2/7/21

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Persist The Rev. Dawn M. Frankfurt St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, KS   In the Name of our Loving, Liberating, and Life-Giving God; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen.   Back in the earliest days of our elementary school education, when teachers were awarding grades: E for excellent, S for satisfactory, and U for unsatisfactory […]

Sermon – 1/31/21

It’s a Process The Rev. Dawn M. Frankfurt St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, KS In the Name of our Loving, Liberating, and Life-Giving God; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen. In the 1990s, before I was a priest, I went to a smallish Episcopal parish in Honolulu. It was called The Church of the Epiphany. […]

Sermon – December 24, 2020

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Christmas Eve 2020 St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, Kansas The Rev. Dawn M. Frankfurt In the name of the Word which became flesh and dwelled among us; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen. Good evening. Merry Christmas. It is so good to worship with you on this holy night. My memory and my imagination are […]

Sermon – December 6, 2020

LOOKING FOR THE CHURCH St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, Kansas The Rev. Dawn M. Frankfurt In the name of our Loving, Liberating, and Life-Giving God; Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen. Today I am going to start by telling you the story of a dream to show how we are seeking God in our […]

Sermon – November 29, 2020

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YOU WILL SEE A SIGN St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, Kansas The Rev. Dawn M. Frankfurt In the name of our Loving, Liberating, and Life-Giving God; Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen. We believe that the section of the Gospel of Mark we heard today is where Jesus foretells the destruction of the temple […]

Sermon – November 22, 2020

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DON’T JUST SIT THERE St. James Episcopal Church, Wichita, Kansas The Rev. Dawn M. Frankfurt In the name of our Loving, Liberating, and Life-Giving Spirit; Father, the Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen. The liturgical year is almost over. As fast as it came, it is gone again. Our three-year lectionary cycle started over this year. […]