Categories: Church

Sixth Sunday of Easter May 26

“Peace I leave with you” (John 14:27). If there were no other reason to love Jesus, if there were no other reason to want to be near him, if there were no other reason to think him divine, this would be enough. Jesus is going away, and his friends and followers are afraid. They feel […]

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Fifth Sunday of Easter May 19

The disciples are reminded yet again of the power of sacrificial love, of putting oneself out there for another. So, too, these words keep us focused, teaching us to see each other, everyone, in a new light, through the lens of love that compels us to even care and act on behalf of one in […]

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Fourth Sunday of Easter, May 12

In spite of contemporary forms of communication, there is nothing like one-to-one conversation. Jesus is confronted with the question, “Who are you?” To reach the heart of the matter, to be succinct, “tell us plainly” (John 10:24). While words convey one thing, actions convey a greater truth. Jesus heals, mends the broken hearted, gives new […]

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Categories: Church, Sermons

Sunday May 5 Third Sunday of Easter

Jesus asks and invites: “Do You Love Me? Follow Me.” When encountered by Jesus we are changed. In Sunday’s readings we see how a blinding light on the road, in an abundance of fish, in breakfast on the beach enlightens and deepens faith. God uses all sorts of surprising things—bread, wine, water, words of forgiveness—to […]

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Categories: Church, Community, Helping

Noisy Offering

The second Sunday of the month Trinity has a special collection, passing around brightly decorated (old) paint cans for the congregation to drop their loose change. A different local non-profit is designated to receive these gifts each month.

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