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1301, 2017

A Grand Dream

January 13th, 2017|From the Rector|

Last weekend I preached about a dream experienced by the apostle Peter (Acts 10). It was a strange dream about a giant sheet lowering down out of heaven, on which all sorts and manner of

501, 2017

Feast of the Epiphany

January 5th, 2017|From the Rector|

There's a great cartoon that I first came across several years ago, about the arrival of the Magi. Instead of the traditional three kings atop camels, the picture is of three women, one holding diapers,

3012, 2016

The Holy Season of Christmas

December 30th, 2016|From the Rector|

Merry Christmas, everyone. I pray that the past few days have been peaceful and hopeful and joyful and all the "ful's" that we long for so fervently this time of year. Christmas Eve and Day

2312, 2016

Come All Ye Faithful

December 23rd, 2016|From the Rector|

I can't wait to see you at Christmas this year! The Flower Guild ministry has been busy this week adorning the church, our choir is carefully preparing beautiful music, the children are practicing their lines

1612, 2016

Keep Herod in Christmas

December 16th, 2016|From the Rector|

"Keep Christ in Christmas" is a common refrain among some Christians this time of year, the idea being that secular holiday traditions often leave out the one whose birth we celebrate. Obviously, I agree that

912, 2016

The Magnificat

December 9th, 2016|From the Rector|

This weekend we'll sing the prophetic poetry of a revolutionary. The Church has traditionally promoted this poet as an icon of quiet, demure submissiveness, and art commonly depicts her serenely accepting the extraordinary - nay,

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