February 6, 2022
Epiphany V 2022 – Ted Hackett
Today is the fifth Sunday after the Epiphany.
Epiphany is the season of the revelation of Jesus as the Son of God, so it is fitting that we should move from the immediate revelation of who Jesus is…
You know…His baptism, water into wine at the wedding and so forth…
To stories of people who are “sent” by God.
January 30, 2022
Annual Parish Meeting
Rector Report – George Yandell
In my annual reports over the past eleven years, I have said these words, and I’ll say them again: This is your parish. I serve God with you, guided by the Spirit of Jesus. I want to tell what I perceive God has done, is doing, and what God may be leading us to do together.
If there’s a slogan that sums up the past year,Continue reading January 30, 2022
January 23, 2022
3rd Sunday After The Epiphany – Katharine Armentrout
JESUS AND HIS BLUEPRINT
We have just heard Jesus layout what I would call His “blueprint for ministry”. He was filled with the Spirit that morning, as he read the powerful promises from Isaiah 61:
“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,
because he has anointed me
to bring good news to the poor.
He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives
January 16, 2022
Epiphany 2C – By George Yandell
Weddings in Palestine were major celebrations with extended family and friends. They typically lasted a week or more. In today’s gospel reading about the marriage feast there is more than meets the eye.
As today’s Gospel passage opens, Jesus’ mother is attending a wedding at Cana in Galilee to which Jesus and his disciples also have been invited. Food and wine were plentiful at such festivities.