Sermon for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday after Pentecost & Episcopal Campus Ministry Sunday

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The St. Thomas’s family welcomed ECM student Colleen Murray who has been a life-long member of St. Thomas’s and who gave the sermon on the Twenty-Sixth Sunday after Pentecost & Episcopal Campus Ministry Sunday.

“Over many years of coming to church with my mom and sister, I have experienced the same type of relationship with my church family. My St. Thomas’s story starts before I was even born. My mother started attending the church before I was born. Once I was born, and likewise with my sister, we started attending church with her. Eventually, we were baptized here and started the Sunday School program as toddlers.”

“My faith journey brought me to confirmation with Mr. Rys and then to college. I stayed active in the church during high school, but normally with the 8 o’clock service. After starting at the University of Delaware, I learned more about this group called ECM.”

See Colleen’s sermon for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday after Pentecost in its entirety.