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Sunday, October 13 was the twentieth Sunday after Trinity. Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Epistle for the day, Ephesians 5:15, “See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise reclaiming the time, because the days ...

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Sunday, October 6 was the Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity.  Altar and vestment colors were back to green after red for the diocese convention and white for St. Michael and all Angels.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Gospel for ...

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Last weeks news – Sunday, September 15 was the sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Epistle for the day, Ephesians 3:13, ” I desire that ye faint not at my tribulations for you.” In this ...

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Sunday, September 15 was the sixteenth Sunday after Trinity. Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Epistle for the day, Ephesians 3:13, ” I desire that ye faint not at my tribulations for you.” In this passage St. Paul discusses ...

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Sunday, September 8 was the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Gospel for the day, St. Matthew 6:24, “no man can serve two masters…Ye cannot serve God and mammon.”   This is said to be the ...

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Sunday, September 1 was the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Gospel for the day, St. Luke 17:11, the miracle of the ten lepers, which is a lesson on the power of thanksgiving.  In this ...

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Sunday, August 25 was the Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Gospel for the day, St. Luke 10:23, in which a lawyer tempts Jesus by asking him, “What shall I do to inherit enternal life?” ...

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Sunday, August 18 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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Sunday August 11 was the Eleventh Sunday after Trinity.  Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the Gospel for the day, St. Luke 18:9, one of the shortest and simplest parables of Jesus in which he compares two people, a Pharisee ...

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Sunday, June 9 was the Second Sunday after Trinity. Bishop Hartley based his sermon on the gospel for the day, St. John 3:13, “Marvel not, my brethren, if the world hate you…” In this passage St. John discusses the conflict ...

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