I wanted to know your thoughts……

May 6, 2009

In a  meeting a few months ago Jay, Vince and I sat down with our friend Lissa (who is awesome) from Union Theological Seminary and came up with a few questions.  We don’t necessarily know the proper answers to these questions, but i though it might be interesting to share them with the online Revolution and get your thoughts.

What does it mean to “LOVE” as a church?

What does it mean as a congregation to love your church?

and for bonus…..

What is the worship of Revolution?

Does Revolution have a Liturgy?  What is it?

Remember, these are ideas and opinions.  Just curious.

I can’t wait to hear your thoughts.


Palm Sunday.

April 6, 2009


Sermon by Pastor Jay Bakker for Sunday, April 5th, 2009.

Study Resources:

Matthew 21:1-13

Mark 11:15-21

Luke 19:35-48

Luke 20:1:19

Luke 21:5-7

John 12:1-19

Q and A for 03/23/2009

March 23, 2009

Pastor Jay Bakker of Revolution Church New York City answers your questions.  For March 23rd, 2009.

Don’t Divorce Us.

February 9, 2009

Thanks to our buddy Nate from Ireland for forwarding this video on to us.  Please watch.

“Fidelity”: Don’t Divorce… from Courage Campaign on Vimeo.

School can expel lesbian students.

January 29, 2009

This is just sad…  the Los Angeles Times is reporting that a Lutheran school in California has the right to expel students based on their sexual orientation.  I’m not going to go into the legal aspects of the case; I’m just going to say this is a poor decision made by an organization that is supposed to be a champion of Grace and unconditional love.  Christ did not call on us to make distinctions and divisions in society based on the type of “sin” we happen to be engaged in.  Rather, Christ called us to love one another unconditionally, our neighbor as ourselves.

Tuesday is Coming: The Video.

January 19, 2009

That’s right, VIDEO!!!  Special thanks to Clint for capturing yesterday’s sermon.  Please enjoy!

Tuesday is Coming: A Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.

January 18, 2009

We are very excited to present to you our special tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on this historic pre-Inauguration Day Sunday.  

From now on, we are also going to begin including links and study notes pertinent to our sermons here on the blog, which you can find below.  We hope you can use them to make more of what Jay and Vince bring to you every week.  

Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes

The Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr. 

Dr. King’s Six Steps of Non Violence

Dr. King’s Six Principles of Non Violence

And Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” Speech: