How We Remember

I’m sure there are a few important dates that remain on your calendar year after year. There are happy days like birthdays, wedding anniversaries, and reminders of major life changes. And there may be a few sad days as well, like the anniversary of the death of a loved one that likely is not marked Read the full article →

Anglican 101: What is Holy Week?

Holy Week is the name for the final week of Lent before Easter. It may also be called Passion (meaning suffering) Week, referring to Jesus’ betrayal, torture, and crucifixion. This year it begins on Palm Sunday, April 9 and ends on Holy Saturday, April 15. It is a significant part of the Church Year for Christians because Read the full article →

3.20.16 Sermon Bonus, Pt. 3: The Glory

If you worshipped with us on Sunday you know that our service did not include a sermon due to unexpected time constraints. During Holy Week, we will be posting a series of three reflections on Luke 23, the narrative of Jesus’ crucifixion, that was intended as a Palm Sunday message.  We will look at these passages through Read the full article →

3.20.16 Sermon Bonus, Pt. 2: The Power

If you worshipped with us on Sunday you know that our service did not include a sermon due to unexpected time constraints. During Holy Week, we will be posting a series of three reflections on Luke 23, the narrative of Jesus’ crucifixion, that was intended as a Palm Sunday message.  We will look at these passages through Read the full article →

3.20.16 Sermon Bonus, Pt. 1: The Kingdom

If you worshipped with us on Sunday you know that our service did not include a sermon due to unexpected time constraints. During Holy Week, we will be posting a series of three reflections on Luke 23, the narrative of Jesus’ crucifixion, that was intended as a Palm Sunday message.  We will look at these passages through Read the full article →