Sermon preached by on The First Sunday after Pentecost: Trinity Sunday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Beaufort NC on May 30, 2021. This sermon is a companion to the sermon preached on April 25, 2021.
Sermon preached on The Fourth Sunday of Easter by The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Beaufort NC on April 25, 2021. A companion sermon that follows the path of this sermon was preached on May 30, 2021.
Meet St. Nicholas – A teaching for children connecting St. Nicholas with Santa Claus that I offered with my simple handmade stick puppets while serving as the Priest-in-Charge on December 6, 2015 at Christ Church, Middletown, New Jersey. This teaching can viewed at
My sermon for the First Sunday of Advent as Guest Preacher for Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church, Mystic Connecticut on November 29, 2020 placed within the livestreamed Morning Prayer led by The Rev. Adam Thomas, Rector.
You can watch the full livestream from Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church including Adam Thomas singing his original song “Come Dwell” here
Video prepared in support of my workshop for the 2020 Interim Ministry Network Annual Conference entitled
Making A ZOOM Training More Effective Using SQ3R
SQ3R is a study technique (Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review) that adapts well to a class being better prepared for a Zoom session (Bible Study, leadership meeting, IMN training). This disciplined approach combats the lethargy that limits learning within a Zoom training as people wait for others to engage the material in whatever form they have in their home setting. SQ3R methodology invites you to experience the method in much the same manner that you experienced many of the tools in the IMN toolbox (remember FTML and FTMC).
In the Workshop Video I demonstrate the SQ3R method when I engage Brené Brown’s 10th Anniversary Edition of The Gifts of Imperfection. The video closes with a reminder of the importance of Bowen Theory (from FTML) as I introduce a case study in the form of a movie about the 1905 clergy family of Dr. Andrew Shelton, an Episcopal Priest, in the oddly titledAdventure in Baltimore. Please read the Doctor of Ministry thesis proposal (within the workshop preparation material) concerning Bowen Theory as found in the movie.
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My sermon for the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost celebrates the good soil that is St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson NC that finds a joyous post-Covid 19 outcome in the building and beyond.
Or celebrate The Sixth Sunday after Pentecost with this Worship On Demand liturgy from St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson NC that includes a sermon that places independence within what it means to be dependent and inter-dependent on God and one another, and a Communion with Christ prayer. Download a copy of the Worship Booklet.
A link to a video entitled An Insight into St. Timothy’s from the outgoing interim rector – July 2020
The Rev. Dr. William Carl Thomas, Interim Rector of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson NC (12/2019 – 07/2020) offers his observations about why an Episcopal Priest discerning a call to a new ministry might take a deep look at St. Timothy’s.
My sermon for the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost places independence within what it means to be dependent and inter-dependent on God and one another.
Or celebrate The Fifth Sunday after Pentecost with this Worship On Demand liturgy from St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Wilson NC that includes a sermon that places independence within what it means to be dependent and inter-dependent on God and one another, and a Communion with Christ prayer. Download a copy of the Worship Booklet.
Watch the Final Edition of the St. Timothy’s Online Parish Forum hosted by Melanie Statnick and myself that looks at principle-centered leadership expressed in my understanding of The Rule of St. Benedict and the works of Stephen Covey and Jim Collins and find M&M’s and prayers to celebrate our time as we bid farewell.