Covenant Houston Podcast A weekly Podcast of our Sunday morning proclamations, scripture readings, and more. #TheseAreOurSacredStories

October 7, 2020  

The scripture reading for this World Communion Sunday, October 4, was Isaiah 58:6-12. Rev. Laura Mayo and our Covenant friends and members around the world took part in this proclamation.

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January 8, 2020  

The scripture readings for this Epiphany Sunday, January 5, were Isaiah 60:1-6 and Matthew 2:1-12. Covenant men sang “Say, Where Is He Born, the King of Judaea?” by Felix Mendelssohn. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation. 

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August 13, 2019  

The scripture reading for Sunday, August 11, was Isaiah 1:1,10-20 and Isaiah 1:2-9. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation.

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July 2, 2019  
May 13, 2019  

The scripture readings for Sunday, May 12 were Hosea 11:3-4, Isaiah 49:15, 66:13. Tonya McKinny gave the proclamation.

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March 13, 2019  

The scripture readings from Sunday, March 10, were Isaiah 58:6-9 and Luke 4:1-3. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation.

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February 11, 2019  

The scripture reading for this Evolution Sunday, February 10, was Isaiah 6:1-13. Christa Robbins was the worship leader and gave the call to confession. Kristy Kyle was our proclaimer.

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January 22, 2019  

The scripture reading for this Sunday, January 20, was Isaiah 62:1-5. The choir sang "Pride (in the Name of Love)," words by Bono, music by U2, arranged by  Mark Brymer. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation.

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January 9, 2018  

The scripture lessons for Epiphany Sunday, January 7, were Isaiah 60:1-6 and Matthew 2:1-12. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation. 

The soloist was Joyce Courtois, singing "The Kings" by Peter Cornelius. The choir sang "Saw You Never in the Twilight," arranged by Robert Edward Smith.

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November 13, 2017  

The 26 votive candles in this photo of the church window represent those whose lives were taken in a Baptist church in Sulphur Springs, Texas. The red candles represent the thousands who are murdered by gun violence each year in the US.

Rev. Mayo's proclamation from Sunday, November 12, 2017 is preceded by the scripture lesson, Isaiah 2:2-4, and the pastoral prayer. The final piece of the recording is the choir singing "Thou Shalt Know Him" by an anonymous author.

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