Easter Sunday, April 16, 2017

We live in a turbulent world; a time when lots of things we took for granted are changing in unexpected ways. But what do we want? So let us ask ourselves about our hopes! 

Overcoming our Fears

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Fear is a powerful force. Jesus tells people to not be afraid and not to worry repeatedly throughout the Gospel texts. We might guess then that is it an essential part of his message to the world. Still, we find ourselves living with fears, because we have not found the key that God wants to give us so we can overcome fear.

Hope for You

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Have you ever been dragging along, confused, dejected, defeated, lonely, lost, wounded or grieving?  Most of us know the place where this happens, and we do our best to stay as far away as we can.  Still, it shows up in front of us. In this reading, St Luke tells us about a couple who are in this place.  Jesus comes to them and they find themselves renewed and hopeful once again.  Let’s see if we can put ourselves beside them in this journey from despair to hope.

Hope for Relationships

Sunday, May 7, 2017

One area of life that seem inevitably bound up in troubles is that of human relationships.  We are by nature, social beings, and yet, as the Bible and our own life experience teach us, human relationships seem to get wrapped up in conflicts, brokenness, pain and troubles.  They are also the places where we can experience the greatest joy, hope, love and life.  Where there is much to lose, there is also so much to gain in human fulfillment.

Hope in Action

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Lay Speaker, Susan Coelho, leads Worship as we celebrate Mother's Day and all women who mother and remember their own mothers.

Hope for All

Sunday, May 21, 2017

There is much suffering in our hearts and bodies across the globe.  This bible reading speaks of how divine creation works and how it brings us into reconciliation.  It speaks to our deep desire to live in peace and connection with one another and with God.

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