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A weekly Rector's Notes Article, April 1, 2019 Taking one’s sabbath time is a counter-cultural act. Our society today demands us to fill our time with work, with experiences, with Netflix binges, facebook status updates, and more. We are a consuming culture, not just of goods, but everything. From food to news to resources to … Continue reading rest

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A sermon for the fourth Sunday after the Epiphany; Jeremiah 1:4-10, Luke 4:21-30 It’s dangerous to be a prophet. Prophets, by the very nature of their role, of the trust and faith that has been placed in them, the gift that has been put upon them by God, stand out apart from the people and culture of their time. They raise awareness of something else. A different … Continue reading prophetic