• Postulant Greg’s sermon from October 23rd

    Two men walked into a bar…” For most people, you have already formed an image in your mind of what follows, and would be expecting some kind of off-color humor. If I said “The Pope and Archbishop of Canterbury walked into a bar…” you might expect the same kind of humor with a religious bent. […]

  • Fr. Nick’s Sermon from October 16th

    HOME AND HEART   My Dear Brothers and Sisters: What came to me primarily as I read and reflected on today’s first reading from the prophet Jeremiah and today’s Gospel from Luke are two words:  Home and Heart. Home:  As I walked the streets of Philadelphia during my trip back east last week, a multitude […]

  • Fr. Glenn’s Sermon from October 2nd

    Oct. 4th is the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi (1182-1226) October 4th also marks the end of Season of creation Time set aside by the Anglican Church, the Pope, the Orthodox Church and others to lift up to our attention creation; to praise God for all its beauty, Thank God for it’s fruitfulness, […]

  • 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 […]


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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.