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Sermons

Seeing through a telescope 

We join in praying together that God will enlighten our hearts.  We pray that, seeing God’s vision for the renewal of all things, he may teach us to engage with his power more deeply.  

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Thirsting for God’s Presence

Whether we have ever sought a sign from the Lord or not, here it is: in Jesus, God took on flesh and hung on the cross so we could have new life with him.  

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Lessons & Carols

Our festival of nine lessons and carols is patterned after the traditional service from King’s College, Cambridge. One of the most beautiful services of the year, it includes performances by our Jr. and Sr. Choristers. 

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John’s imprisoned

When Jesus, the Messiah comes, he overturns all our expectations.  When Jesus comes, rather than bringing military might, he brings new life.  In Jesus’ presence the blind see, the lame walk, the leprous are made clean, the deaf hear, the dead are raised and the poor have good new brought to them. 

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Putting on the Armor of Light

St. Paul bids us to put on the armor of light, which is the victory of our Lord Jesus Christ. There is urgency to this moment, because the night is far gone and the day is near.

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Christ, the crucified King

When Jesus came as the Messiah, he came not as a king crowned in glory and military might.  Rather, Jesus is the King who overcame the power of sin and death through his own death on the cross.  This is why the salvation of the world looks like forgiveness, love, and joy.

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Our Witness is Joy Overflowing

When Jesus teaches his disciples about the end times, he promises that he will give his disciples words and wisdom when they are called upon to testify.

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Remembering What Gives Us Hope

As we remember the death and resurrection of Jesus, we are brought through unrealism, through cynicism, and into hope. And hope does not disappoint.

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The Solutrean Blade

The kingdom of God slips into our world in the water of Baptism and the bread and wine of the Eucharist, and we are joined with all the saints who have found their glorious inheritance in God.

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