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St. Francis Church

We have all heard the old saying “Lord willin’ and the creek don’t rise” and unfortunately for us on Sunday the creek did rise, Cowskin Creek to be precise, and Fr. Glen and Laurie were not able to get across ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, August 23 was the Twelfth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the epistle for the day, 2 Corinthians 3;4: “…our sufficiency is of God, who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament, not ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, August 16 was the Eleventh Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the epistle for the day, 1st Corinthians15:1, “Brethren, I declare unto you the gospel, which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, August 9 was the Tenth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the gospel for the day, St. Luke 19:41:  “And when He (Jesus) was come near, He beheld the city, and wept over it…” This is ...

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Sunday, August 2 was the ninth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the gospel for the day, St. Luke 15:11, “A certain man had two sons…”  This is the famous parable of the Prodigal Son, in which ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday July 26 was the Eighth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley began by reminding us of the vows we make when we joined the church, to renounce the devil & the glory of the world in favor of following Christ, ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, July 19 was the Seventh Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the gospel for the day, St. Mark 8:1, the feeding of the 4,000.  The miracle stories in the gospels are intended to show the divinity ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, July 12 was the sixth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the gospel for the day, St. Matthew 20:  “Jesus said unto his disciples, except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, July 5 was the Fifth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley began his sermon by pointing out one of our beautiful stained glass windows, the one depicting the image of the Ship of Faith, one of the most ancient symbols ...

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St. Francis Church

Sunday, June 28 was the Fourth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the gospel for the day, St. Luke 6:36:  “Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father also is merciful.  Judge not, and ye shall not be ...

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