• Deacon George’s Sermon from Sept. 18th

    Sermon: 18 Pentecost Luke 16:1-3 September 18, 2016 From time to time in our history, when the world seems to be out of balance, when we seem to be at a crossroad and unsure of which road we must choose; God in his mercy has helped us in our strife and confusion by sending us […]

  • Sermon by Tom (Diaconate Postulant) from September 11th

    Sermon – Sept. 11, 2016 Jeremiah 4:11-12, 22-28, 1 Timothy 1:12-17, Luke 15:1-10 It seemed like a good idea at the time.  My cousin, Chettie, suggested we hike the length of Rifle Creek Canyon along the rim.  He was 13.  I was 11.  Not that far, plenty of light.  The canyon was an easy drive […]

  • Fr. Nick’s Sermon from September 4th

    The Potter and the Clay Jeremiah 18:1-11, Philemon 1-21, Luke 14:25-33 My brothers and sisters in Christ, When I make up the clergy rota each month, I don’t stop to look at all the Scripture readings for a particular Sunday and then decide who is going to preach, picking the readings I like for myself […]

  • Fr. Glen’s Sermon August 14th

    So have you been watching the Olympics? I’d say the US is doing pretty well, with 24 gold medals, 18 silver, 17 bronze.  I have watched some of the primetime Olympic coverage.  I made sure to catch some of the Women’s gymnastics individual finals – because I wanted to see Simone Biles … Did you […]

  • Fr. Nick’s Sermon August 7th

    A sermon based on Luke 12: 32-40 My Sisters and Brothers in Christ, Good Morning. If there is anything of which you are afraid, please raise your hand. “Don’t be afraid,” Jesus tells His followers in today’s Gospel. But about what is He speaking? Afraid of what? Let’s take a moment to consider their situation: […]


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A warm welcome to our new Canon to the Ordinary(-in-waiting), the Rev. Anna Carmichael!!

Re-Membering and Re-Imagining: Essays on the Episcopal Church

Tour Against Trafficking

The meaning of Eucharist in the Episcopal Church.
A video with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.