May 2018

Trinity Sunday 2018 Fr. Michael Cawthon

So often we get caught up in the moment, as we become too busy to really see what we see and really hear what we hear. The busyness of life pushes us more and more, until we are living for the purpose of simply keeping up, with all of the demands of this life. Sometimes

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Whitsunday (Pentecost) 2018 Fr. Michael Cawthon

Happy Birthday to Christ’s Church! This day called Whitsunday was know as “Pentecost,” for the first four hundred years of the Church, Pentecost is a the word meaning fiftieth. When the Jewish people were in their formative years, God gave them the Ten Commandments, and the Jewish Pentecost was and is a celebration of the

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Always something going on!

Friday May 25th – Preschool Graduation:  11am Saturday May 26th – Youth group – off site trip – tentative departure time 11am – will be using church van. Saturday June 2nd – Newcomers dinner at church:  5pm til around 7pm.  Clergy, laity, and vestry will break bread with newcomers (and recent visitors to our church)

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Sunday after Ascension: Fr. Michael 2018

The statement in the Creeds that Christ “ascended into heaven” is based mainly on Acts I : 1-9 where, after 40 days of appearances, when the Risen Lord speaks to the Apostles about the coming of the Holy Ghost and the Church’s mission, and is taken up in a cloud.   For Christians, the Ascension

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Ascension Day Thursday May 10th, 2018

This Thursday is Ascension Day of Christ which completes our Faith in Him as God and Man.  St. Michael the Archangel will celebrate Ascension Day on Thursday at Noon and 7pm.  Ascension Day is a day of obligation for Anglicans as its importance is critical to our faith (Acts 1:6-11) as Christ leaves His earthly

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Rogation Sunday; May 6 18, Sermon Notes Fr. Dennis Washburn, Ph.D.

Rogation Sunday  St. John 16: 24-33     6 May 2018 Sermon Notes by the Reverend Dennis Washburn, Ph.D. In English church tradition, this Sunday has been known as Rogation Sunday. “Rogation” comes from one of the Latin verbs meaning “pray” in St. John 16. In today’s Gospel from John 16, Christ talks to His disciples about

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