The Episcopal Church of the Holy Covenant

  • Lent 2014

    • Lent 2014 – March 9, 2014

      Lenton Note – March 9, 2014 You might have noticed a peculiar happening at the end of the service on March 2nd. Our Alleluia banner was taken from the altar, paraded around the sanctuary then “buried” in a small purple box. Now, what was that all about? That little moment marks an ancient practice known [...]

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  • Recent Sermons

    • Be Unbound

      We must not be bound in death but embrace the new life that Jesus gives us – be unbound! Let us embrace our own Lazarus experience – to be brought back to life from death – freed to walk into the ministry and resurrected life to which each of us has been called. Do not [...]

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    • Beware the Eyes of the Pharisees

      On Sunday March 30, 2014, Rev. M. Dion Thompson, Rector of The Episcopal Church of the Holy Covenant, delivered an inspiring message entitled, Beware the Eyes of the Pharisees. Let us not be blind to what God is doing for us – and choose to remain in the dark. Be open to the goodness that God is [...]

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  • Spiritual Heroes

    • Damien and Mother Marianne Cope – April 9, 2014

      Perhaps it is appropriate that as we enter Holy Week we remember two witnesses of faith and sacrifice, Damien and Mother Marianne Cope. They worked among the lepers on the Hawaiian Island of Molokai in the late 19th century. Leprosy was so feared that people sent to the colony at Molokai were forced to jump off the ships that carried them and [...]

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    • William Law – April 2, 2014

      This week we remember William Law, whose writings helped spark a passionate religious revival in 18th century England. Though Law was merely a quiet schoolmaster from Putney, England, his book, A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life, had near-revolutionary repercussions. Itschallenge to take Christian living seriously received moreenthusiastic response than Law could ever have imagined. Spiritual giants such as George Whitefield, John Wesley and William Wilberforce acknowledged its power and influence in [...]

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