Fr. Stewart

A Sermon for the Third Sunday of Easter Acts 9:1-9 John 21:1-14 by Fr. Mac Stewart Easter was a big shock.  The resurrection of the Son of God on that early morning 2000 years ago was not something anyone was expecting.  The disciples weren’t expecting it – even though Jesus had predicted it, they all […]

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Fr. Stewart – Maundy Thursday

  A Sermon for Maundy Thursday 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 John 13:1-15 Fr. Mac Stewart   I have a friend who for a while decided he was not going to wear shoes.  Now I don’t just mean when he was in his house, or when he was at the beach, or when he was having a […]

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A Sermon for the First Sunday of Lent Romans 10:5-13 Luke 4:1-13 by Fr. Mac Stewart   Why do we say grace before meals?  One reason is that there’s something about food that takes us to the heart of who we are as human beings.  Food is intimate to us, in the literal sense: we […]

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A Sermon for the feast of the Epiphany Ephesians 3:1-12 Matthew 2:1-12 Fr. Mac Stewart   The modern world is filled with lights.  It’s pretty extraordinary what electricity has brought to us these days, the flashing and dazzling of lamps and signs and screens all over our homes and our cities.  I went to my […]

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December 27, 2015

FIRST SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS DAY (27 DEC 2015) Fr. Dale Petley And the Light shineth in the darkness (John 1:5) As we gather to worship during these Twelve Days of Christmas let us reflect upon the significance of this holy time. In his Christmas sermon Father Bright encouraged us to ponder the deeper mystery underlying […]

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