The First Sunday after the Epiphany

By Father Nathan Humphrey The First Sunday after the Epiphany – the Baptism of Our Lord Luke 3:15-17,21-22 13 January 2019
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The Feast of the Epiphany

By Father Nathan Humphrey The Feast of the Epiphany Matthew 2:1-12 6 January 2019
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The First Sunday after Christmas

By Father Nathan Humphrey The First Sunday after Christmas John 1:1-18 30 December 2018 Fr. Humphrey’s homily on this day is indebted to a post on Covenant, the blog of The Living Church Foundation, entitled “Putting the Incarnation back in...
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St. John’s Day

By Father Nathan Humphrey St. John’s Day John 21:9b-24 27 December 2018  
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The “Zoe” of Jesus, Midnight Mass

By Father Nathan Humphrey Christmas Eve, Year C 10:00 p.m. Luke 2:1-20 24 December 2018   I’ve been listening to Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis in the car, which I’d never read (or heard read) before. Mere Christianity started out as radio talks Lewis gave during World War...
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The “Zoe” of Jesus, Family Service

By Father Nathan Humphrey Christmas Eve, Year C 5:00 p.m. Luke 2:1-20 24 December 2018   I’ve been listening to Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis in the car, which I’d never read (or heard read) before. Mere Christianity started out as radio talks Lewis gave during World War...
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Year C, Advent 4

By Father Nathan Humphrey Year C, Advent 4 Luke 1:39-45 23 December 2018
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Year C, Advent 3

By Deacon Buck Close Year C, Advent 3 Luke 3:7-18 16 December 2018
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Mere Apocalypse

By Father Nathan Humphrey Year C, Advent 2 Malachi 3:1-4 & Luke 3:1-6 9 December 2018   All four members of my household are bookworms. We all love to curl up with a good book and savor it. But we also enjoy sharing books together. Anne typically reads aloud a chapter or...
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Addiction & Anxiety

By Father Nathan Humphrey Year C, Advent 1 Luke 21:25-31 2 December 2018   Fainting. Fear. Foreboding. It’s very easy to get caught up in all the apocalyptic language in this morning’s gospel about celestial signs and ecological distress. Amid the doomsday language, it is...
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