Messages by Rev. Alex Allain

Sermon • January 17, 2021

There was a government official who was pacing around late at night. He was anxious about upcoming events. The year was 1653, and Bulstrode Whitelock was being sent to Sweden as an ambassador of England. His own country had just survived a civil war, and England had executed its own king, Charles I, only a few years earlier.

Morning Prayer, August 23, 2020

Please note that there were unforeseen technical difficulties during today’s service, so our livestream is not available. We apologize for the inconvenience. Rev. Alex re-recorded the sermon after the service, and it is posted below. God Bless!

Joseph and the Grace of Redemption

Before moving up here last summer, I lived across the street from an art gallery in Hattiesburg, MS, and one day while walking around the neighborhood, I saw some unfamiliar art in the window. I went inside, and I learned that it was a Japanese form of art called Kintsugi, and it’s a remarkable method of repair…