Mitch Carr of KRLD radio interviewed Bishop Mayer about the joint statement issued by all bishops of the six Episcopal dioceses of Texas decrying conditions at the dentention camps at te border.
This is the sermon Bishop Scott Mayer preached at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in Keller, where he baptized, confirmed, and received people into The Episcopal Church. He spoke of the importance of discerning what’s real, what’s worth spending our lives seeking. And he said, “I believe everyone here seeks what is real. . ."
This is the sermon Bishop Scott Mayer preached at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Hurst on February 24, 2019, where he baptized, confirmed, and received people into The Episcopal Church. He reminded listeners that when we say together the Baptismal Covenant – as we do every time we celebrate Baptism or Confirmation – we are reminding ourselves that we are called into this Body for a purpose beyond ourselves – to proclaim and embody the love of Jesus. And to remind ourselves that we – every one of us - are beloved children of God.
This is the sermon Bishop Scott Mayer preached at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Fort Worth on January 13, 2019. In this sermon he explores the power of love, and the impact of Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s bold declaration that “if it’s not about love, it’s not about God.” That message resonated with people as they shift from seeing church as a place to go to seeing church as a body of people, to seeing Christianity as a way that awakens us to a changed life, a life lived fully in relationship with God.