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The Rev. Meredith Holt Crigler | Trinity Episcopal Church, Baytown

A Selection of Sermons:


Dec 31, 2017

Today our gospel from John reminds us that ultimately there is one Word:  Jesus the Christ. We as Christians are in the business of reading a life: “And the Word became flesh and lived among us.” This coming year, in 2018, is there anything that you want to resolve to do or resolve to be-- not for you, but for the...

Dec 18, 2017

...It would be truly sad if our image of God— and our image of ourselves— was so set, so fossilized that we unable to give space for God to call out to us in the wilderness and invite us into something new. Our God is not fossilized. Our God took on flesh and the Word is alive. Beloved, we are invited — we are...

Dec 10, 2017

Beloved, the good news is that God’s comfort is found in the wilderness. We have no reason to fear. In the wilderness, our journey becomes spiritual, our waiting becomes meaningful and our preparation becomes proclamation.

There is not route from Egypt to the Promised Land that does pass through wilderness. There is...

Dec 4, 2017

And it is in this— this muck, this mess, this human condition— that our God chooses to dwell among us in great humility and tear open the heavens from top to bottom... The good news is that even in the midst of realness of our lives, “God is faithful.” “[God’s] words will not pass away.” Even when we are...

Nov 26, 2017

Jesus, the Christ, our King, the Messiah— is indeed among us. Christ is in our midst, and if we’re looking for Jesus, we know where to look.