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If You Love Me

Do you love me? If you do love me, then feed my sheep. If you love me, obey my commandments. If you love me, show me. Whatever Jesus had asked us to do, he has demonstrated it to us through his own action. Jesus calls on us to live out his commandments, made real in […]

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Precious and Chosen

It is a beautiful thing to be chosen by God. We are to be God’s priests in the world, doing the work God has called us to do. We have been given Salvation which has its power from God, who has called us as His precious and chosen. You have to live it – claim […]

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Step Out of Your Comfort Zone

Who can ever guess how Jesus offers a new hope of a life that darkness can’t overcome? We must carry the light of Christ to the world – to the very least of us. We must step out of our comfort zone, stepping into the mission in which God has called us. Please enjoy the […]

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Gregory of Nazianzus – May 7, 2014

This week we give thanks for the life and witness of Gregory of Nazianzus. Born about 330 in Nazianzus in Cappadocia (now Turkey), his father was a local bishop. Gregory studied rhetoric in Athens with his friend Basil of Caesarea, and Julian, who later became emperor and tried to stamp out Christianity.In 361, Gregory was […]

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Monnica – April 30, 2014

This week we give thanks for the life, witness and guidance of Monnica, mother of St. Augustine. Born in Carthage around 331 A.D. to a Christian family almost everything we know about her comes from her son’s great work, The Confessions. She was married to a pagan husband, Patricius, a man of hot temper, who was […]

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Where do we want to go with our Resurrection

We are Jesus’ people being sent into the world, strengthened and emboldened with confidence and power in the name of Jesus Christ. In this special mission, do not let us act without the guidance of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Enjoy the message delivered, Sunday April 27, 2014 by Rev. M. Dion Thompson, Rector […]

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St. Mark the Evangelist – April 16, 2014

This week we give thanks for the life and witness of St. Mark the Evangelist. Mark is mentioned throughout the New Testament, appearing in Acts, the letters of Sts. Paul and Peter and, of course, as the writer of the gospel that bears his name. Whether the same person appears in all of these accounts is […]

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Palm Sunday 2014 – Consider the Witness

Consider The Witness! Consider who sees what we do so that others know that we believe and want to share Jesus Christ and His amazing ministry. Be the Light of God in your living. What is your ministry to your community? – Rev. M. Dion Thompson, Rector The Episcopal Church of the Holy Covenant Psalm […]

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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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