Bruce Sanguin

Everywhere light

Everywhere light

Matthew 2:1-12 O Holy One, what a confession that we cannot see the miracle that is before our eyes. We march to the drum of the dismissive voice: "If you…Read more
Resurrection

Resurrection

Easter God, persuade us that Easter is not a once-upon-a-time story, but rather a moment by moment leaning into, a deep trust, that your name and nature is Resurrection. This…Read more
The bigger bang of Christmas

The bigger bang of Christmas

Genesis 1, Luke 1:78-79 Creator God, from your fecund womb, a birth-explosion of light and matter erupted. You declared it, proud Mother, to be good. Time, evolution's handmaid, passed. And…Read more
Shekinah’s Triumph

Shekinah’s Triumph

Isaiah 62:1—4 Spirit of the Living God, we have squandered our planet in pursuit of our own glory: the glory of wealth, the glory of status, and the glorious triumph…Read more
This planet of pain

This planet of pain

Matthew 23:32 Now we open to the story of the Crucified and Risen One, arms stretched out across the chasms of fear, pulling factions into his own broken body, closer…Read more
Humble homecoming

Humble homecoming

LUKE 15:11-24 We gather now, harvesters of an all-pervasive grace, unexpected benefactors of the deed to this great and glorious cosmic inheritance. We, the walking, waking stars, ablaze with wonder,…Read more
The pulse of possibility

The pulse of possibility

When will we learn, O Lover of all creation that self-diminishment is not a prerequisite for the Christian life? You do not ask us to drag around our sad sack…Read more
Lost and found

Lost and found

Matthew 18:10-14 Holy One, how long, how long until we realize that it is love which set the stars in place and binds the planets in their orbits? How long…Read more
Remembrance prayer

Remembrance prayer

O God, whose heart is broken by the violence in the human race, forgive us that we have lacked the imagination and collective will to create a warless world. Forgive…Read more
The drop

The drop

Luke 5:1-11 Holy friend, we gather this morning weary and worn from the industry of our living. Like the Galilean disciples, we have been fishing night and day without a…Read more
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