The Summer 2023 Sermon Series is Up to You

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Please share your ideas - questions, topics, or Bible passages - for a summer 2023 sermon series.


I know it’s still May and it feels as if spring has only just arrived. However, I am already thinking about summer. Not in the way you might think. I’m not looking forward to the hot days or anything like that. I’m contemplating summer preaching.

And you can be a part of this!

I’m guessing that there is a topic or a scripture passage that you would like to know more about. Nothing is off-limits. Want to know more about forgiveness? Revelation? Healing? Being Christian? Having Difficult Conversations? Faith and Finances? Anything at all that is remotely faith-based could become part of a sermon series this summer.

If you have questions or topics you’d like explored, now is your chance. You can write them in the comments. You can email me. You can write them down on paper and hand them to me on a Sunday morning.

I’ll be collecting topics/questions through June 11.

About Rachael Keefe

Rev. Dr. Rachael Keefe is the pastor of Living Table United Church of Christ. She was called to Living Table in 2015 after serving in many varied ministry settings since her ordination in 1992. She holds graduate degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary and Andover Newton Seminary at Yale (formerly Andover Newton Theological School). Her ministry and leadership often center around advocacy and accessibility. Her writing has been published by Chalice Press, The Christian Century, Red Letter Christians, Working Preacher, RevGalBlogPals, and others. She is grateful to be in ministry with Living Table today.

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6 thoughts on “The Summer 2023 Sermon Series is Up to You”

  1. Stewardship of resources when your needs are met and there are so many unmet needs in the world. (perhaps this isn’t broad enough?!?)

    • Sandy, this has potential. Though I might wait and use this in the fall when we are thinking more specifically about Stewardship.

  2. Jesus and the “I AM” statements. How can we be radically inclusive when these things sound so exclusive?


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