Beginning March 8 we will have a Lenten program two days a week. Wednesday mornings in Lent we will focus on the prophetic call to ministry in the themes of Lent and ask questions like “how can I make a difference in today’s world?” We will use reflections by Dan Berrigan and Joan Chittister in a program named “The Prophet in You: Gifts for Prophecy and Transformation.” On Fridays, we will study the text and music of the Fauré Requiem. The class is from 10:30am to almost Noon, and optional Stations of the Cross are at noon.
Palm Sunday services at 8am and 10am and vespers, 4pm
April 12th, Wednesday Tenebrae at 5:30pm
April 13th, Maundy Thursday service, 5:30pm
April 14th, Good Friday services, Noon and 5:30pm
April 16th, Easter Sunday, 8am and 10am
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In the sermon for the Feast of the Epiphany, the Rector views the showing of Christ to the Nations as the Light of the world through the lens of other cultures, and by seeing Jesus in a new cultural image through the painting of He Qi, a contemporary Chinese Christian artist, we can also see Jesus as one of us.
Sermon for January 5, 2014
The Rector presents Mary and Joseph as real people with a dilemma about the birth of Jesus and also talks about how we are called to be the Light of the world in our time.
Sermon for December 22, 2013
The sermon for the last Sunday of the liturgical year talks about the time when Christ will come again to reign in glory and what that would be like for us.
The sermon is a reflection about caring for God’s creation as the parish celebrates “Creation Care Sunday” this fall.
This Sunday’s sermon talks about being persistent in prayer, using the model of Jacob wrestling with the angel.
In the sermon for October 13, the Rector reflects on healing, especially in light of the death of one of our beloved retired priests.
The sermon for today includes Jesus’ parable of the mustard seed and is about the faith we already have. We can use our faith in simple ways to change the world.