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“Underdogs and Bullies,” by The Rev. Polly H. Robb


Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, Year B.   June 20, 2021 “David put his hand in his bag, took out a stone, slung it, and struck the Philistine on his forehead; the stone sank into his forehead, and he fell face down on the ground.” Everyone loves a Cinderella story. Each year    at the end of […]

“Here I am, Lord” by The Rev. Polly Robb


May 30, 2021  Trinity Sunday. Isaiah 6:1-8 Good morning on this Memorial Day weekend. With graduation ceremonies and school finishing up, this weekend seems to mark the start of summer, albeit an unofficial start. In Huntsville, this weekend has traditionally come with a 10K race, the Cotton Row Run. As Rob and I noted the […]

“So there will be one flock…” by the Rev. Polly Robb


Good morning on this Good Shepherd Sunday, the Fourth Sunday of Easter. Last year, in what we thought was the thick of the pandemic, but sadly matters turned much more deadly, I was here by myself on Good Shepherd Sunday. You were at home. I remember feeling odd standing here with the beautiful stained-glass Good […]

“They believed not for joy…” by The Rev. Polly Robb


Sermon Third Sunday of Easter April 18, 2021 Luke 24:36b-48 It’s back to business, I guess. Lent is over, so too is spring break and the excitement of Easter Day. For our kids, it’s time to get back to class, finish the semester strong. For those of us wondering what we’ll do this summer, we […]

“We are people of the resurrection,” by The Rev. Polly Robb


Easter Year B, April 4, 2021        John 20:1-18 Good morning. Happy Easter Day! What a gorgeous day we have to celebrate this morning and I’m very glad you’re here. I hope you’ve come to church this morning, unharried, and…happily. Truthfully, you can’t even complain about being inside on such a beautiful day. […]