The Fourth Sunday after Epiphany (sermon)

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Romans 13:8-10       Matthew 8. 23-34 Jesus arose, and rebuked the winds and the sea, and there arose a great calm. In this season of Epiphany we are coming to know Jesus as the Wisdom of God and the Power of God.  His power is shown in his miracles,…

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Consideration of New Worship Location

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us We have been worshipping at St Vitus Kerk since December last year.  Currently they are undergoing renovations which will last until May.  We have been wondering about the possibility of another location with greater flexibility and the Seventh Day Adventist Church has been approached and they have offered…

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The Third Sunday after Epiphany (sermon)

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Romans 12:16-21       Matthew 8:1-13   Jesus stretched out his hand and touched him, saying, “I will; be clean. Epiphany season is a meditation on Christmas – the unveiling of who Jesus is as he manifests first his Wisdom (as a boy in the Temple) and then his Power…

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The Second Sunday after Epiphany (sermon)

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Romans 12:6-16a        St John 2:1-11   And the third day there was a marriage in Cana of Galilee; …. And both Jesus was called, and his disciples, to the marriage. The readings in Epiphany season are a mediation on Christmas.  What does it mean that God takes flesh…

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The Sunday after Epiphany (sermon)

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Romans 12:1-5       Luke 2:41-end   After three days they found him in the temple, sitting among the teachers, listening to them and asking them questions. And all who heard him were amazed at his understanding and his answers.   Epiphany season – it is the extension of Christmas,…

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The Circumcision of Christ (sermon)

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Romans 4:8-14       St Luke 2:15-21   And his Name shall be called Jesus. We continue to celebrate Christmas for 12 days!  It began on Christmas Day with a focus on God’s condescension towards us – on the divine nature of Jesus taking on our humanity – and the…

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Christmas (sermon)

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Hebrews 1:1-12          John 1:1-14   “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us full of grace and truth.” Joy has begun to enter our bones this morning as we sing these songs we know well, and sing them together! Christmas celebrates the historical reality of the…

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The Mind’s Road to God

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Blessed is the man whose help is from Thee.  In his heart he hath disposed to ascend by steps, in the vale of tears, in the place which he hath set [Ps 84:6]. Since beatitude is nothing else than the fruition of the highest good, and the highest…

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House Blessing

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us You are most welcome to make an appointment with our priest for the blessing of your home. +++ The typical liturgy used is as follows: THE BENEDICTION OF A HOUSE The priest shall make the sign of the Cross on the front door and say: PEACE be to this…

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Holy Communion

HomeAbout UsWorshipPastoral CareLeadershipTeachings Articles/News Sermons CatechismContact Us Communion in the mystical body and blood of Christ is one of the means Jesus has left us to know and enter more fully into the life of God. We use a particular form of prayers called “the liturgy” to guide us in our service of Holy Communion,…

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