Monthly Archives: March 2019

Lent 4

“A man had two sons…”  Aside from sounding like the beginning of a limerick we wouldn’t be able to recite in church, it’s also probably the start of a better title for the parable we just heard, the Parable of … Continue reading

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Lent 3

Don’t you love it when you come to church, and you see your friends and people smile and wave, and it’s so peaceful?  The candles are lit and the sun is shining just so through the stained glass, the flowers … Continue reading

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Lent 2

Anyone ever heard of James Hannington?  I don’t blame you if you haven’t – he’s one of the lesser-known people on the Anglican calendar of Saints and Commemorations, but he is absolutely one of my favorites. So “among the …nations … Continue reading

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Epiphany Last

This is one of those Sundays when preachers talk about mountaintop experiences.  I don’t know about you, but to me, mountaintop experiences sound awful.  To begin with, first you have to walk up a mountain.  There’s that old saying that … Continue reading

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