Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! Last Sunday’s youth, baccalaureate and mother’s day celebrations was a thing to behold!  Josh Flowers did a suburb job preaching, our youth showed their leadership skills and talents leading the congregation and Mother’s Day was lovely, as always.  A tip of the Biretta to all those who took part…

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Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! This Sunday sees a trifecta of celebrations and a nod to a Feast Day.  Firstly, this Sunday is Baccalaureate Sunday, and at the 10:30 service, we will bless and honor our graduates.  It’s also Youth Sunday, and the EYC will be taking over many of the leadership roles.  They…

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Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! During much of this Eastertide, the Church’s Sunday readings have been focused on the nature and meaning of love.  We have been reading much of our Patron, Saint John’s first epistle, wherein he shares and defines the nature and substance of a holy and godly love.  We have also…

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Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! Hello all: The ending of an academic year is a very busy time for many of us.  It is also a season of festivals and events, so I want to spend my time telling you about a few upcoming events so you can have ample time to add them…

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Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! During the course of the Easter Season, one story that shows up several times is the story given the title “The Road to Emmaus,” in which Cleopas and an unknown disciple are walking away from Jerusalem to Emmaus on the day our Lord rises from the dead and are…

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Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! During the course of the Easter Season, one story that shows up several times is the story given the title “The Road to Emmaus,” in which Cleopas and an unknown disciple are walking away from Jerusalem to Emmaus on the day our Lord rises from the dead and are…

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Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! We sit on the eve of the Paschal Triduum (the three Holy Days the Church remembers the events of the Passion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ).  These next days remember the last supper, the arrest of Jesus, His passion and death and His resurrection.  During these days the ‘Mighty…

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Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! Hi all: We’ve made it to the fifth week of Lent!  Holy Week starts this Sunday… and Easter is just around the corner.  With that being said- if you’ve not taken advantage of Lent, or if you have- Holy Week is central to the practice of our faith.  It…

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Notes From Patmos

Notes from Patmos…Hot off the press! Arise, O LORD, into thy resting-place; thou, and the ark of thy strength. Let thy priests be clothed with righteousness; and let thy saints sing with joyfulness. (Psalm 132.8-9) From the vault of oft asked questions- “Why do priests where really funny clothes in church services?” The Christian priest…

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