SERMON FOR FEAST OF THE PURIFICATION, CSM FEB 7 2015 (transferred from Feb. 2)  The Rev. Robert D. Hughes, III

  The Lord whom you seek will suddenly come to his temple.  The messenger of the covenant in whom you delight-indeed he is coming, says the Lord of hosts.  Malachi 3:1 Today we celebrate two major events and their consequences, both celebrations transferred from Monday so we could all be here. The Presentation of our […]

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The Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany (B): February 1, 2015 – the Rev.Dr. Julia M. Gatta

Just as daylight in the northern hemisphere is becoming ever so slightly longer each day, so the Epiphany season reveals the growing light of Christ in the world.  From Jesus’ first public appearance at his baptism, to the calling of his first disciples, to the early days of his ministry in Galilee that we hear […]

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On the Feast of Saint Luke the Evangelist, the Rev. David Kearley

It is hard to imagine what Christianity would be like today without the contributions of the one whom we commemorate today  — St. Luke the Evangelist.  Without his writings, which include the Acts of the Apostles and the Gospel that bears his name, we would know little about the early spread of Christianity, and we […]

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Thresholds by Daniel Williams, OPP Intern

This past Sunday I spoke at Growing in Grace, the evening service at All Saints’. For those not familiar with GiG, as it’s known, the service features a different speaker each week. Each of the speakers tries to provide a reflection that draws on her life and work, the Gospel of the day, and the […]

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Called to Better (Transfiguration Sunday) by Nathan Bourne 03/02/14

   We’re given little about what led Jesus and the disciples up to the high mountain. We know that they were on the way to Jerusalem, on the way that would lead not to a glorious entry into the city and its reclamation in the name of God, but to suffering, humiliation, and death. But what […]

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