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  • As I Loved You

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on May 16, 2022

    Jesus gave us one commandment: to love one another, no matter how hard it is for us

    John 13:34-35 I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. (John 13:34-35) In this scripture, the command to love one another is like a candle in this dark and brutal world, in danger of being blown out by current events. We more

  • The Original International Man Of Mystery Series

    Contributed by John Newton on May 1, 2022

    Who was Melchizedek? And how does he relate to Jesus?

    I wonder if anyone can tell me what is the Old Testament passage most frequently quoted in the New Testament… You might think it’s something like Leviticus 19:18, “You shall love your neighbour as yourself.” If you’re really into the writings of the minor prophets, you might come up with an more

  • If Stones Could Shout

    Contributed by John Newton on Apr 10, 2022

    As Jesus entered Jerusalem he told the Pharisees, “I tell you, if these were silent, the very stones would cry out.”

    For the next few moments I want you to try to imagine what it must have been like to be among those who stood on the streets of Jerusalem on the first Palm Sunday. (I’ll even let you close your eyes if you like, as long as you promise not to go to sleep!) The city would have been bustling with more

  • The Assurance Of Better Things Series

    Contributed by John Newton on Apr 4, 2022

    Some encouragement for believers who are finding discipleship challenging

  • Under Jesus' Wings

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Mar 14, 2022

    Jesus invites us to come under his sheltering wings, but he cannot force us; we must be willing

  • Who Is Our Neighbor? Ukraine!!

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 28, 2022
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    we are instructed to care for our brothers and sisters, but also pray for those who hate us, remembering that we must do both during the assault on Ukraine by Russia

    Luke 10:29 One of the primary ministries of Deacons in the Episcopal Church is to 'take the church to the world, and the world to the church.' This is going to be one of those Sundays. This is the second time I had a sermon prepared, and current events compelled me to write a new one to more

  • Racism: Our Past And Present Sins

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 19, 2022

    racism in the United States and the churches is counter to Jesus' teachings

    LUKE 6:17-26 During the month of February, you may have noticed that we have been singing hymns from Lift Every Voice and Sing. This hymnal is part of The Episcopal Church’s recognition of Black History Month and its African-American congregants. We will continue to use these hymns as part of more

  • Faithful Series

    Contributed by John Newton on Feb 13, 2022

    Jesus is faithful to us—and calls us to be faithful to him

    For six weeks we have been looking at the Letter to the Hebrews. If you hadn’t noticed before, you are probably aware by now that it is far from the easiest book of the New Testament to understand, with its frequent quotations from what often seem obscure passages from the Old Testament, and with more

  • Consider Jesus

    Contributed by John Newton on Feb 13, 2022

    A look at Jesus, as High Priest, Son Of God and “Sent One”

    As he drew to the conclusion of his gospel the aged apostle John reflected, “Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written.” It was a common characteristic of those early more

  • Not Us??

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 8, 2022

    A hometown prophet is never accepted in his home

    We just heard that Jesus went home to Nazareth to visit the family. By then, he was well-known as a teacher and rabbi and healer. You would have expected there would be a parade or a celebration that the hometown boy was back home. Because of his fame as a preacher and healer, the people of more

  • Privilege Or Service?

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 8, 2022
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    Do we make demands of Jesus to do what we want or follow the path Jesus sets for us?

  • Take The First Step

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jan 18, 2022

    Just as Jesus stepped forward to claim His identity, so must we take the first step to follow Him

    JOHN 2:1-11 Today we heard about the first miracle that Jesus performed in his ministry. It was one that he really did not want to do, but who can disobey your mother? During his ministry, Jesus performed thirty-seven miracles: • He turned water into wine • 26 times he healed people • Twice he more

  • No Condemnation!

    Contributed by John Newton on Jan 15, 2022

    Through his Son Jesus Christ God has rescued us from both the penalty and the power of sin

    Allow me to begin by saying what tremendous joy it gives me to be worshiping with you “at” Messiah once again. Even though we can’t be with one another physically, it has been a joy for Karen and me to be able to join with you virtually for your online services. At the same time, I have to say more

  • What Will We Wear?

    Contributed by John Newton on Jan 15, 2022

    Paul tells us about the spiritual wardrobe that the Holy Spirit provides for us

    “What will we wear?” Back when I was first ordained, that was a question that many people asked themselves on a Sunday morning. In those days, people used to dress up for church. Tie straight, pants pressed, shoes polished… People would talk about putting on their Sunday best. By and large, that more

  • In The Mean Time...

    Contributed by John Newton on Jan 15, 2022

    God has promised us a new creation and empowers us to live it in the here and now, as it has already been purchased for us through Jesus’ death on the cross.

    Years ago (in fact it was the first summer after we were married), Karen and I decided that we would spend our summer vacation visiting her relatives and my birthplace here in Nova Scotia. We didn’t have a large salary between us, and we were young and adventuresome, so we decided that it would be more