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

May 5, 2020  

The scripture reading for this Sunday, May 3, was Luke 24:13-35.  Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation.

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December 30, 2019  

The scripture reading for this Sunday, December 29, was Luke 2:1-21. The duet was “Gesu Bambino” by Pietro Yon. The four proclaimers are members of Covenant.

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December 16, 2019  

The scripture reading for this Sunday, December 15, was Luke 1:26-56. In this recording it is read by Rev. Laura Mayo and Kathleen Cook. Our choir performed "Magnificat" by Francesco Durante. The musical pieces in order: "Magnificat," "Et Misericordia," "Suscepit Israel," and "Sicut Locutus Est." Rev. Mayo gave the meditation.

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November 25, 2019  

The scripture reading for this Sunday, November 24, was Luke 22:14-38. The choir sang "Christ Be With Me" by K. Lee Scott. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation. 

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November 4, 2019  

The scripture readings for this Sunday, November 3, were Psalm 23 and Luke 6:20-31. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation.

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October 23, 2019  

The scripture reading for this Sunday, October 20, was Luke 17:11-19. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation.

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September 16, 2019  

The scripture reading for Sunday, September 15, was Luke 14:25-35. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation. 

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July 29, 2019  

The scripture reading for this Sunday, July 21, was Luke 10:1-16. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation. Three members of Covenant's choir sang "Lift Thine Eyes," from Mendelssohn's Elijah.

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July 15, 2019  

The scripture reading for Sunday, July 14, was Luke 11:1-13. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation. 

"The prayer is the beginning, action is what follows. Ask, yes. Then search, find, knock, open, receive, give. The words are not enough. Jesus didn’t just pray “your kingdom come on earth,” he lived it. He brought the kingdom of God to earth with each shared meal, each story, each act of mercy. He prayed, and taught, and lived."

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July 15, 2019  

The scripture lesson for this Sunday, July 7, was Leviticus 19:33-34 and Luke 15:1-10. Rev. Laura Mayo gave the proclamation.

"In the kingdoms of this world, humans are expendable. Need is met with fear, threats, scapegoating, and increased abuse. But in the kingdom of God cries of paid are heard and heeded. Liberation is sought at all cost. God hears and uses us to bring liberation."

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