Monthly Archives: March 2016

Weekly Word for March 18, 2016

– Welcome, Jesus Loves You
– Holy Week Begins on Sunday
– Bagel Brunch and Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 26
– Help Us Prepare for Holy Week with Food and Flowers
– Last Day to Donate Easter Baskets Is This Sunday
– Parish Prayer List
– Sunday Lectionary Corner
– Upcoming Events Read more

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Mary, the Ointment, and Do-Overs

March 13, 2016, The Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr. preaching

This sermon is about Mary’s do-over. It is her story. But it could be my story or your story. Maybe there is a moment or an encounter or an event you’d like to do over. If so, this sermon is for you, but know this: it takes courage and humility. Those are the traits we see Mary employ. Read more

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Weekly Word for March 11, 2016

– DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME THIS SUNDAY
– A Little Financial Planning Goes a Long Way, a reflection by the Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
– Lenten Afternoon of Quiet
– Guided Meditation Intensive with Pieter Drummond
– Help us Prepare for Holy Week with Easter Flowers and Holy Week Meals
– Parish Prayer List
– Sunday Lectionary Corner
– Upcoming Events Read more

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Evening Prayer: You Are Marked

March 9, 2016, Tamara Lamb preaching

Each year, I ponder this ultimate love and sacrifice, and it touches me in deep and profound ways. I could not only see, but felt, the ripple effect surround me, like when a drop hits still water. In that moment I felt so connected, and so loved. Read more

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