Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Evening Prayer, January 26, 2022, 7 p.m.

The livestream may be found here.


Commemoration of Timothy, Titus, Silas; Companions of St Paul


(Lutheran Book of Worship, page 142)


Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Sermon, January 16, 2022: The Second Sunday after the Epiphany

 'And what a sign! Six stone water jars each with a capacity of twenty to thirty gallons! More than a sip of glory, this is a flood, one which could supply not one, but several wedding feasts for days on end. And not cheap port, not Franzia or Manischewitz or even Barefoot, but the best wine, wine seemingly aged for centuries just for this moment, so that the steward can say to the unsuspecting groom, ‘You have kept the good wine until now.’


Wednesday, January 12, 2022

No live-streamed worship tonight

Evening Prayer will not be live-streamed tonight.

Bible Study will take place at its normal time. 

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Sermon - January 9, 2022: The Baptism of Our Lord

From the sermon: 
'The baptism inaugurates that project of re-making. For we still were waiting, even when Jesus had been made incarnate in the womb of the Virgin and born into the world, we were still waiting. While shepherds and magi adored, as he grew from infancy through childhood and even into adulthood, it was still a time of waiting for the project to become active. In a way, it was still Advent, the time of preparation. But now, at the baptism of Christ, the anointed one, Messiah, the time of waiting is over. The extreme makeover has begun, not from the outside in, but from the inside out.'

Wednesday, January 5, 2022

Sunday, January 2, 2022

Sermon - The Epiphany of Our Lord (Transferred) January 2, 2022

'We know from experience that there is a difference between intelligence and wisdom. Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote, ‘There are human beings who are of remarkably agile intellect yet stupid, and others who are intellectually quite dull yet anything but stupid.’ Or, as the great philosopher Forrest Gump once said, ‘Stupid is as stupid does.’ Perhaps it is for their learning and lore that the Magi are called ‘wise men’ in our Bibles, but we will need to find other qualities in them if we wish to be wise.'

The Holy Communion on the Feast of the Epiphany of our Lord (transferred from Jan. 6)

 The livestream may be found here.

January 2, 2022

The Epiphany of Our Lord



Adoration of the Christ Child by the Three Kings