Homily for the Last Sunday of Pentecost
When we do works of mercy, it is no longer we who do them but Christ who does them in us.
Homily for the Twenty-fifth Sunday of Pentecost
For as we persevere in walking the walk of Jesus’ teachings, and as we trust in him and ask for help, Jesus will draw us closer and closer.
Homily for the Twentyfourth Sunday of Pentecost
Christian alertness and preparedness is not a nervous “fear of missing out” but rather is steady and sure, the result of choices we make and habits we form in the belief that at our death “life is changed, not ended,” “and when our mortal body lies in death there is prepared for us a place eternal in the heavens.”
Homily for the Sunday of All Saints
And, if it seems that we really would like to be “blessed,” to then join in renewing our vows and, with God’s help, living them out in our everyday lives.
Most of the homilies are given by the Rector, the Rev. Todd L. Miller. All others are delivered by homilists as noted. Please consider coming to Trinity some Sunday for a visit!