Kathy Glista, Fr. Harvey, Barbara Mickna     --   --   --   --     Rededication of the Labyrinth (click on picture)
Kathy Glista, Fr. Harvey, Barbara Mickna -- -- -- -- Rededication of the Labyrinth (click on picture)
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Childrens Easter Event, (Click to view all photos)
Childrens Easter Event, (Click to view all photos)

Children's Easter Egg Hunt and Stations of the Cross with Fr Harvey

A Recent event for families
A Recent event for families
Community Outreach
Community Outreach

Recently a group of volunteers painted the Gazebo in Feeding Hills Center.

Grandparent playgroup
Grandparent playgroup

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  The Flow of Power:

A Sermon for 5 Pentecost

The gospels describe Jesus doing lots of miracles. This morning we got two. Jesus cured a woman’s hemorrhage and then raised a girl from the dead.

All of the miracle stories are impressive. But if we want to hear what God is saying to us through these stories, we have to go deeper. One way to go deeper is to focus on the surprising details that give each miracle its distinctive character.

In today’s gospel reading, the most surprising detail is Jesus’ own surprise.

A hemorrhaging woman touches Jesus’ clothes and is healed. So far, so good.

But Jesus did not intend to heal her. Jesus knew power had gone out of him, but Jesus does not seem to have known where the power went. Jesus has to ask, “who touched me?”

What are we to make of power coming out of Jesus that is, apparently, not under his control?.......(click on title) 

 

 

 UPCOMING EVENTS 

7/13-7/17: To register for vacation bible school: click:  Register for VBS , then click on RSVP

9/19:  Women's Retreat led by Hallie Cowan

11/7:  Holiday Bazaar, 9am - 3pm

 

Take the Bible Challenge!

We have begun reading the entire bible this year. This week's challenge is 2 Chronicles 32-36; Ezra 1-10; Psalms 131-136; 1 Corinthians 6-11

 

From the Blog

Day 170: The More Excellent Way (1 Corinthians 13)

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Posted by Harvey Hill on

Like a lot of couples, my wife and I used part of today’s reading from First Corinthians in our wedding ceremony. I remain glad we chose it. Paul gives us a beautiful description of what love can and should be: patient and kind, and so on. But there is some irony in using this passage at ...

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