2022-2023 Chapel Sermons

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2022-2023 Chapel Sermons

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Chapel sermons delivered at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary during the 2023-2023 academic year.

This year's chapel theme is "Breaking Open." Breaking Open is our community’s active and present work. In the educational space of the seminary, we break open Biblical texts, the history and traditions of the church, and language about God to expand and deepen our calls to ministry. Our space in Austin, our state, the country, and the world call us to break open our community to expand the love of God to all our neighbors. We gather to worship One whose life and word are broken open for us in love.

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Breaking Open, Being Known
Bobbi Kaye Jones preaches on breaking out as remedy to the brokenness of the world. that the The Scripture reading was Luke 24:28-36.

Go Back
Preaching on Elijah's flight into the wilderness, Cindy Rigby reflects on why the bible records so stories of shame and embarrassment. The Scripture reading was 1 Kings 19:1-18.

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Margaret Aymer likens the parables of the missing to the movie Encanto and preaches on what it means to be lost and found. The Scripture reading was Luke 15:1-10.

Small Moment Expectations
In his first sermon as President, José Irizarry calls the seminary community to be open, adventurous, and hopeful during moments of uncertainty. This sermon was delivered during opening worship for the 2022-2023 academic year. The Scripture…
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