While we are currently without a permanent Rector, we have been blessed this year with a sermon each week from Rev. Jim Horton, a friend of St. Thomas, who sometimes leads services when we are able to meet in person. Below are some recent sermons.
“Grant that Your people, Illumined by Your Word and sacraments…”
These words from this week’s Collect express the Episcopal Church’s understanding of the significant influences that illumine our understanding and acceptance of Jesus. The first, the Word of God, transmitted to us primarily and historically through Holy Scripture. The second significant influence is that of the sacraments…
Each year this Sunday has two emphases; one, that it is the first Sunday after the Epiphany, the day we commemorate the coming of the Wise Men to do homage to Jesus; the second emphasis is the commemoration of the Baptism of our Lord.
Our Christmas sermon looks at the story of new beginnings.
Christmas Eve Some time ago I came across the following prayer. “Now may God, who brightened the night skies over Bethlehem, and filled shepherd’s hearts with mysteries, and transformed a […]