One of the reasons our Church sets this feast of the Epiphany front and center is the consoling fact that Emmanuel, Jesus, came for all people. As the wise seekers from foreign lands follow the star, the light, they find
January 4th – The Epiphany of the Lord – Social Ministry
As we begin the New Year we read in our Scriptures about the visit of the Wise Men and how they searched for the new born King and found Him
Between the great celebrations of Christmas and the New Year, our Church honors the Holy Family with great festivity. In doing so, she calls our attention to the importance of all families.
Paul uses a term “put on love” in the
Within a few days we will be celebrating the great event of God With Us, Emmanuel. Perhaps we have gotten use to this fact and take it for granted. I wonder if Isaiah was aware of all the implications contained
Joyce Rupp, in her book, Fragments of Your Ancient Name, writes the following for this day, December 15th. She names God “Desired of All Nations”.
Oh, that you were sought after and desired
As we know this year’s Advent season followed so quickly after Thanksgiving
that the sense of gratitude and appreciation is still front and center for me.
With the help of many people the Ministry provided Thanksgiving meals for over 500 people as
Here we are at the beginning of the new liturgical year which will use the Gospel according to Matthew for most of the Sunday Readings.
Most of us are aware of how our weekly worship works. Each year we tell the
Today we celebrate the final Sunday in our liturgical year. Most probably the idea of Christ the King is not a title that we relate to because of our democratic heritage. However, the Gospel message explains this title very well
Our scripture readings continue the theme of preparation for the “end time”. It appears that a lot of things are thriving that really aren’t the best for everyone, but God, through His Word is saying to each one of us
Church language has us talking about the “end times” and in the front of the Altar we have the “Book of the Dead”.
One thing I especially like about our Church is the paradoxes that are always before us such as