Christmas Pudding Bowls & Jelly Jars

Christmas puddings

Christmas puddings (in two sizes). Hard sauce also available

Please remember to bring your Christmas Pudding bowls and jelly jars back to church. We will need them for refills for next year’s Cookie Walk.

Cynthia Baker

The 10th anniversary of the rationalization of a miracle

Fr Hawtin

Ten years ago (on January 15th, 2009, to be precise) a spectacular miracle took place—on live television, in real time, before the eyes of the entire world.

“Miracle on the Hudson” blared the newspaper headlines. And the same sentiments were echoed by television and radio anchors and reporters, not just in this country but all . . . → Read More: The 10th anniversary of the rationalization of a miracle

Saint Vincent, Spanish Deacon and Martyr

Vincent of Saragossa in Prison, School of Francisco Ribalta, 17th century. From Wikipedia.

Almighty and everlasting God, who didst strengthen thy blessed Martyr Vincent with the virtue of constancy in faith and truth: Grant us in like manner for love of the to despise the prosperity of this world, and to fear non . . . → Read More: Saint Vincent, Spanish Deacon and Martyr

Recent sermons

Fr Kerouac

The sermons for the Feast of Saint Stephen, Epiphany, Epiphany I, and Epiphany II have been posted. Check the archive pages for 2018 and 2019.

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Merchant Using Abacus

“Merchant Using Abacus”, woodcut from Ain new geordnet Rechenbüchlein auf den linien mit Rechenpfenningen (An ordered new computing booklet on the lines with computing pennies), by Jacob Köbel, 1516. From New York Public Library.

Churches, like families, need to plan their budgets, but, also like families, they find it hard to do so if . . . → Read More: Please send in your pledges

Martin Luther King, Jr Day

Martin Luther King memorial Westminster Abbey

For a Civl Rights Worker

Martin Luther King memorial, sculpted by Tim Crawley, installed in 1998 over the west entrance of Westminster Abbey. From Wikipedia.

Almighty God, father of all mercies: We bless thy name for those who work to make justice a reality for all of thy children, especially thy servant Martin. . . . → Read More: Martin Luther King, Jr Day

Saint Agnes, Roman Martyr

Saint Agnes Domenichino

Saint Agnes, by Domenichino (Domenico Zampieri) (1581–1641). From Wikipedia.

Almighty and everlasting God, who dost choose the weak things of the world to confound the strong: Mercifully grant that we who celebrate the simplicity of thy child–martyr Saint Agnes may, by thy grace, be pure in heart, firm in faith, and resolute in . . . → Read More: Saint Agnes, Roman Martyr

Post-service coffee hour

Coffee hour: The treats awaiting the congregation after the 11:00 AM service on Epiphany II, 20 January 2019.

Coffee hour: The treats awaiting the congregation after the 11:00 AM service on Epiphany II, 20 January 2019.

Altar Flowers — Epiphany II, 20 January 2019

Altar Flowers — Epiphany II, 20 Januay 2019 (Martin Luther King, Jr Day Weekend). The flowers on the altar are given to the glory of God by John P. Zebelean III in memory of Gen. Robert E. Lee.

Altar Flowers — Epiphany II, 20 Januay 2019. The flowers on the altar are given to the glory of God by John P. Zebelean III in memory of Gen. Robert E. Lee.

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Saint Fabian, Bishop of Rome and Martyr

Saint Fabian

Saint Fabian, by Giovanni di Paolo (c. 1403–1482). From Wikipedia.

We beseech thee, O Lord, to grant us after the example of Saint Fabian, thy martyr, constancy in thy faith and truth; that, being grounded in divine love, we may be moved from its perfection by no temptations; through Jesus Christ our Lord. . . . → Read More: Saint Fabian, Bishop of Rome and Martyr