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June 4, 2017 On the Day of Pentecost, we wore red to celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit and the “birthday” of the church! We also said bon voyage to Pastor Sue with an international potluck, sending her off … Continue reading
While we may not understand what the Holy Spirit IS, we certainly can see what the Holy Spirit DOES. Continue reading
The Greek word epiphany means “appearing” or “revealing.” The brief church season of Epiphany is when we journey from Advent to Lent, leaving behind the manger and swaddling clothes and turning to stories of shimmering revelation: Kings and stars. Doves and voices. Water. Wine. Transfiguration. Continue reading
May 24, 2015 Before we explore today’s texts and what they might say to us today, I think it’s helpful to point out that some significant wordplay we English speakers might miss from the original languages. In the OT reading … Continue reading
January 6, 2013 Our text on Christmas morning began: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the word WAS God.” Which strikes me as interesting as I read today’s Gospel lesson. Because on this … Continue reading