Monthly Archives: January 2011

January 30, 2011 by the Rector

In reflecting on the Beatitudes of Jesus, the Rector talks about our taking action to help the world instead of waiting around for Jesus to bless our current predicament, perhaps the way the disciples were and perhaps where Paul Simon was when he wrote ―Blessed in 1965 after a trip to London. Our call is […]

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January 23, 2011 by the Rector

Again the scripture readings for this week concern Jesus calling the first disciples to leave their fishing boats and follow him. The Rector reflects on how we would respond in our own day when Jesus calls us to follow him and she gives examples from her own story. Download the pdf here – January 23 Sermon

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January 16, 2011 by the Rector

The Rector talks about how Jesus called the first disciples, Andrew and Peter, and how Jesus is the image of the Lamb of God that John the Baptist names as Jesus walks by. She talks about the image of Lamb in the Bible and ends with the Lamb of Victory, the Mystical Lamb in heaven. […]

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January 9, 2011 by the Rector

In light of the tragedy in Arizona, the rector reflects on how much, like the first century, our own world needs the light of Christ to brighten up the darkness around us. Download the pdf here – January 9 Semon

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January 2, 2011 by the Rector

In this new year the Rector reflects on the earthly life of Jesus as a boy with Mary and Joseph which gives us hope because, as a human being, Jesus experienced all the fulness of being fully man as well as God. Download the pdf here – January 2 Sermon

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