Looking and Seeing
Wrestling with our resurrection faith, the Rev’d Mark Hargreaves grapples with
the concepts of looking and seeing and looking and not seeing. St. Peter looked into the opened tomb and “came to be filled with hope, as he met the risen Jesus and was filled with the power of his Holy Spirit…
seeing a one-way portal to eternity.” Read now.
Sunrise Service: I am Mary Magdalene
In a fascinating turn, the Rev’d D. Rebecca Dinovo takes on the part of Mary of Magdala, and speaks to us directly after 2019 years. Go back with her now for this first person account, and maybe you will be able to say, as she did, “I found new life the moment Jesus came into my life.” Read now.
Doing the Right Thing
Celebrating Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem the Rev’d D. Rebecca Dinovo examines how hard it is to stand up for what we believe and know is right, “…knowing it will lead straight to the foot of the cross. But it is at the foot of the cross that we will find power to change ourselves and the world. So … let’s go together.”
5th Sunday in Lent
Over the Top
Nearing Easter week The Rev'd Mark Hargreaves looks to our gospel reading and watches Mary the sister of Lazarus greet Jesus with over the top extravagance, helping us understand the concept of grace, and leading him to ask “Do we seek to live our lives under the illusion that we're in control? Or do we want to abandon ourselves to the grace and power of God which can transform our lives and givehope both for the now and for the now which is yet to come?”
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