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  • Gregory Dawson

    Contributing sermons since Dec 31, 2000
Gregory's church

Agawam Congregational Church
Agawam Massachusetts , 01001
(413) 786-7111

About Gregory
  • Education: University of Vermont Nazarene Theological Seminary
  • Experience: Pastor The Seymour Congregational Church (UCC), Seymour, CT (2007-2013)

    Pastor The North Congregational Church (UCC), New Hartford, CT (2000-2007)

    Pastor Millville Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Millville, PA (1993-1999)

    Hospital Chaplain Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA (1991-1993)

    Co-Pastor Houlton Nazarene Church, Houlton, ME (1989-1990)
  • Family: My wife Rosemary is also an ordained minister. She serves as an Intentional Interim minister for churches in transition between settled pastors.
  • Books that have had an impact:
    Alan Jones, Journey into Christ

    Noah ben Shea, Jacob the Baker

    Martin Buber, I and Thou

  • What I want on my tombstone:
    Well Done Good and Faithful Servant
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  • Are You Able?

    Contributed on Oct 18, 2003
    based on 31 ratings
     | 1,953 views

    PROPER 25- YEAR B - Before we can be allowed to sit at Christ’ side in glory we must first be willing to follow him through Calvary. We are called not to lord it over others, but to become like Jesus a servant of all.

    I remember once when I was a young man in the Navy our carrier anchored off of Marcelle France and so I took the opportunity to travel around the city with a Christian friend. At one point in our journey we stopped off at a streetside food stand to get a bite of lunch. Their specialty was a ...read more

  • Be Thou My Vision

    Contributed on Sep 20, 2003
    based on 53 ratings
     | 4,149 views

    PROPER 20 - YEAR B - This sermon deals with the difference between intellegence and divine wisdom. Wisdom is not something we attain but someone we know, Jesus Christ

    The other day Rosemary and I went grocery shopping at Shop and Stop. We only had a few items to purchase so we use one of those “Do it Yourself” checkout machines. You run the bar code of each item over the scanner and it totals the items. When you are done you put your money in one of those ...read more

  • Tempted To Believe

    Contributed on Mar 12, 2003
    based on 36 ratings
     | 1,862 views

    LENT I, YEAR B - Christ tempts us to with the sweetness of the Good News to Repent and believe the Gospel.

    So tell me, did you get the opportunity to listen to the president’s News Conference the other night? Or did you have the chance to watch the debate Friday of the UN security council? And have you followed the on-going News analysis that has been inundating the television channels 24/7? After weeks ...read more

  • Comfort, Comfort, Ye My People!

    Contributed on Dec 7, 2002
    based on 33 ratings
     | 2,840 views

    ADVENT II, YEAR B - Divine Comfort comes in response to Human Repentance. When we breath deeply in sorrow for our sins, God breaths deeply in providing the divine comfort of His presence.

    On Thursday a member of our church received three visitors at her travel agency. But not quite the visitors you might expect. They hadn’t come to sign-up for a cruise to some warm tropical sea. The weren’t there to buy plane tickets or to make plans for a future vacation. The had stopped by to ask ...read more

  • Love Is All

    Contributed on Nov 8, 2002
    based on 33 ratings
     | 1,226 views

    PENTECOST 23, YEAR A - To Love God with all that we are and all that we have is only half of the Greatest commandment. The second half is to become divine conduits of God’s love to ourselves and to our neigbors.

    Karl Barth is a world famous theologian and prolific author. He has written volumes on theology which are required reading in most seminaries. Once he was in Richmond, Virginia addressing a seminary audience. He had spoken for several hours and then had been drilled with questions. Finally, ...read more

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