Messages from August 2020
Holy Eucharist Rite II, August 30, 2020
There’s a Glory in an Exodus: Giving our Deaths Away
On top of a cloud-enshrouded Galilean mountain, God reveals His glory in the person of Jesus. What’s distressing about Jesus’ Transfiguration, is realizing His glory is directly related to a topic about which most of us spend our lives in denial: Death.
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…