We have begun our Lenten Season, we have embarked on the Journey, The Time is Now, This is our Time, a Time for transformation, renewal, conversion, getting our hearts and yes our very lives in order. This is our journey together. We walk together as a community of faith, a family of God brought … Continue reading The Time is now, This is our Time!
Jesus Heals a Leper The image of the homeless, the addict, the sick is one that is despised. Heads turn, look the other way and move to the other side of the street. We are called to have a new attitude toward those we encounter. A few weeks ago a women came to church, … Continue reading Sunday Reach out and touch “No human being is a Problem”. Archbishop Wenskiy February 11, 2018
This weekend I want us to look at the power that is in the name of Jesus. I want us to see exactly what His name does for us when we say it for His honor and glory. To often we go about our daily life happy and blissful never thinking … Continue reading There is Power in the Name of Jesus
We are called to live radically for Christ. There is clearly a need for a radical and clear change in our world, and in our own lives. God so desires to use us, the allow this year to be a year that we are living and walking into our Season. A Season, a time where … Continue reading Called to Radical Discipleship
Martin Luther King Jr. January 15th What does this day mean for us as individuals, a parish, a community and a nation? Each year the nation pauses to remember, honor and celebrate the man who had a "Dream". A dream of a world where one is not "judged by the color of their skin … Continue reading We are called to living a Committed Life, A Legacy of Hope.
We’ve come this far by faith. Faith firmly roots the family “This holiday is observed from December 26th through January 1st. Again its focus is to pay tribute to the rich cultural roots of People of the African Diaspora. Though first inspired by African-Americans, many of African descent celebrate this occasion today. Its reach has grown … Continue reading Imani Families Rooted in Faith
Singing Glory, Be to Jesus, Son of God and Prince of Peace, He's Mighty Alpha and Omega, Born in our hearts at Christmas We begin our Christmas Celebration in the midst of darkness, the midnight hour. As the scripture unfold we move from Darkness to Light, from Fear to Faith, From Faith to Hope, … Continue reading A People in Darkness, Have Seen a Great Light
SECOND WEEK OF ADVENT: HOPE We light a second purple candle on the second Sunday of Advent to represent the hope of Christ coming to the world. The word "hope" has two meanings in the Bible. The first, tiqvah, contains the sense of eager anticipation or waiting. The second, elpis. depicts a sense of confident … Continue reading Have Hope, God can Change your Life
Advent is a special time of watching and waiting for the coming of the Lord. We are an Advent people that awaits the time of our Lord’s coming. Each year we have this time to quiet ourselves to reflect more deeply on the true meaning of Christ’s coming both recalling His birth and awaiting his return. As church … Continue reading Watch and Wait, God is bringing about a Change for His Glory
Christ’s Headship over our lives. Today we gather with the Church around the world and we celebrate Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ as Universal King, ruler over all of creation. These feast closes the liturgical year. We will begin with the year of Mark next week. It might seem strange for us to celebrate … Continue reading Let Christ have Headship over your Life