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Category Archives: Rector News
Rev Ann MacNabb 10:15 Sermon, Sunday September 10, 2017 Conflict resolution. Forgiveness. Inclusion. Our call as Christians is to be the light of Christ in this world. Our mission is to live our lives in such a way that we … Continue reading
Trinity Episcopal recently participated in a campaign sponsored by Prepare for Success. This is a wonderful program that collects back to school supplies and then distributes them to the needy. Read about their program here: Letter from Prepare for Success
We’re delivering Backpack Blessings again!! We support Deep Run Elementary by delivering 40 backpacks each week to provide weekend food for 40 children. Want to help? Stop by the church and see what we need!
The Rev. Frank Bailey – Sermon Sunday January 29, 2017 In letters to the large, but often, fractious church community which he had founded in Corinth, the Apostle Paul suggests that the Greek members focus too much on the so-called … Continue reading
Rev. Bill Anderson – January 15, 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King and today’s gospel message. God uses ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary tasks.
Rev Frank Bailey – 04Dec2016 Advent is a season of anticipation – anticipating the birth of Jesus, the teacher, the preacher, the healer, the Son of God, the Messiah, the Savior, the Redeemer, who is alive and active in our … Continue reading
The Rev. Anne MacNabb 10:15am sermon on September 25, 2016 The story of the Rich Man and Lazarus has long been a story we’ve used to describe hell in the after life. What if that isn’t what it is at all? … Continue reading
The Rev. Frank Bailey – Sunday September 18, 2016 The first sermon I ever delivered many years ago was in a small rural Baptist church in Kentucky. I had invited some friends, and they were sitting near the front (obviously by … Continue reading