Homily for the Third Sunday in Epiphany
Mark’s empty spaces open the door to “reality unfolding as it will” unhindered by us and our own narrative needs.
Homily for the Second Sunday in Epiphany
We are a come and see people, called to lived deeper into Epiphany. The call Jesus offers is not to mission. Nathaniel and Philip were not called to be fishers of people in this passage, they were called to an epiphany.
Homily for the Baptism of the Lord- Epiphany I
We who are baptized may indeed continue in our life-long process of learning to “swim.” Which we learn best not by trying harder or working more, but by letting go and allowing God to draw near.
Homily for Christmas I
St. John told us of the intimate relationship that is between Jesus and the Father and how Jesus invites us to share in that relationship.
Homily for The Forth Sunday of Advent
Whatever Jesus assumed he saved. This reading gives us hope that Jesus can redeem and save us even from the effects of an unhealthy and flawed family system.
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!