Monthly Archives: January 2011

Christmas Eve 2010

A sermon from Christmas Eve In 1834, Charles Dickens was spending most of his time giving lectures on the importance of education to fight poverty and using his writer’s influence to raise money for schools for poor children. As Christmas … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year! Doesn’t that have a fresh sound to it? After all the crazy messiness of the Christmas holiday, doesn’t it feel good to take a moment and think about the possibilities of a clean start, a fresh new … Continue reading

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Baptism of Our Lord

Matthew 3:13-17 It goes without saying…. That’s a curious phrase in the English language, isn’t it? Since it inevitably precedes what precisely does not need saying. We have one of those seemingly redundant moments in the gospel this morning with … Continue reading

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