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Holy Week From The Rector’s Desk

It’s not surprising that there are so many books available on the life and times of Jesus the Christ covering His birth, ministry, death and resurrection . And it is not surprising that these books do not exhaust the topic. I pray that over this Holy Week you will deepen your relationship with God and… Continue reading Holy Week From The Rector’s Desk

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From The Rector’s Desk – 13 April 2019

One thing that Palm Sunday always reminds me of is that in life there are always two narratives going on, the one is about what I think is going on, one filled with what I think is grandeur, glory and personal fulfillment, filled with palms and shouts of hosanna and a crowd marching, and the… Continue reading From The Rector’s Desk – 13 April 2019

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Rector’s Statement of NEEDS for St Mary, 2019

2018 was a challenging year for us in many respects. The assault on our Church by a fellow group of Christians, was a particularly difficult time for me as Rector and yet it (as is God’s way) was used for good and our leadership really stepped up and saw us through a complex situation. 2018… Continue reading Rector’s Statement of NEEDS for St Mary, 2019

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Priest’s Perspective – 2nd Sunday of Epiphany

The Season of the Epiphany, is a season of presentation of Jesus to the world to Magi and Shepherds, representing Gentiles and faithful Jews and in the temple where Jesus is presented as the first born son, with two doves- the offering of the poor. Jesus was born into a time in Jewish history where… Continue reading Priest’s Perspective – 2nd Sunday of Epiphany