Posts tagged with ‘St. John’s Episcopal Church’

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Changed lives attract – reflection and sermon for 9/23/2018

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Blessings and peace to you as September draws to a close and we approach the end of hurricane season on the east coast. Thankfully our neighborhood was spared last week but we are impacted by the hurricane/tropical storm, by association, that has caused so much damage in the Carolinas and other places in Virginia. This […]

St. John’s e-News for 9/23/18

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CAPS Fundraiser and Parish luncheon – Again this year the CAPS fundraiser will be a Fried Chicken & BBQ from Captain Bob’s. The event will be held Sunday, Oct. 14 and the cost is $12/plate. The Vestry has proposed we, as a Parish, purchase tickets and have lunch on that Sunday in lieu of refreshments. […]

Who do we say Jesus is? – Reflection and Sermon from 9/16/2018

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Greetings with prayers of thanksgiving and for protection for those who have been, are being, or will be affected by Hurricane Florence. Thankfully, most of southside was spared from significant impact from the storm – lots or preparation and practicing for response but little rain or wind. Our prayers go out to those in the […]

St. John’s e-News for 9/16/18 – Hurricane Florence announcement

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Hurricane Florence preparations and safety – As Hurricane Florence approaches the North Carolina Coast as a Category 4 Hurricane, please make all necessary preparations for heavy rains and flooding. Hampton Roads may be spared from the worst part of the winds but there are predictions for up to 6 inches of rain.            Most of our […]

The Sermon on the Mount –

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The Sermon on the Mount: Matthew 6:19-34 Based on Making Sense of the Sermon on the Mount John Y. H. Yieh Hypothesis: Our piety bridges the requirements of God’s law and human practice.I. Possessions and Trust (Matt. 6:19-34)1. Yieh asks “How do we [Christians] respond to these two sayings?” [“Do not store up for yourselves […]