March 29 – Palm Sunday Readings: Psalm 118; Mark 11:1-11; Philippians 2:5-11; Mark 15 April 2 – Maundy Thursday Readings: John 13:1-17, 31-35 April 3 – Good Friday Readings: Isaiah 52:13 – 53:12; Psalm 22; Hebrews 4:14-16, 5:7-9; John 19:1-37 April 4 – Holy Saturday Readings: John 19:38-42; Galatians 5:1; 1 Corinthians 15:39-44; John 12:24 April 5 – Easter Sunday Readings: Acts 10:34-43; Mark 16:1-8 Walk the ancient path from Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem, to the upper room with his disciples, to the cross and his agony. Sit with the disciples in their grief and despair. Enter into joy as you celebrate the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Through the ancient path that leads to the cross, what do […]
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Sunday, April 19th after worship service (11:30 am) The Holy Trinity’s Women’s Book Group invites you to join us as we gather to discuss Hannah Whitall Smith’s classic The Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life. Bring your lunch and your reflections on this month’s read. Location: Kristin Carmody’s home For address and additional information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Readings: Romans 6:3-11 and Matthew 3:13-17 Holy Trinity Welcomes The Rev. Dr. Malcolm Guite Malcolm will be reciting his poem Epiphany on the Jordan in church on Sunday and preaching on the Trinity. Epiphany on the Jordan by Malcolm Guite Beginning her we glimpse the Three-in-one; The river runs, the clouds are torn apart, The Father speaks, the Spirit and the Son Reveal to us the single loving heart That beats behind the being of all things And calls and keeps and kindles us to light. The dove descends, the spirit soars and sings ‘You are beloved, you are my delight!’ In that quick light and life, as water spills And streams around the Man like quickening rain, The voice […]
Ephesians 2:1-10 and John 3:14-21 1. Sit with Jesus as you read his words to Nicodemus in John 3:14-21. Pay attention to what you hear. What comes up in you as you listen in on the conversation? 2. Teacher teaches teacher. The assumption was that the teachers of the Law, of Israel were “in the know.” (Jn.3:9-10) Yet it seems there were things Nicodemus didn’t actually know: things pertaining to the Spirit. Most of us have experienced a lot of bible studies, good teaching sermons, year after year. Many are very educated in theology, religion, culture, sciences, psychology. We can even unknowingly think we know it all! Notice Nicodemus’ humility to ask honestly about things he didn’t understand. Is there anything that seems […]