20 June 2021
Life does not always take us in the direction we would ever ask or imagine. But God’s ways are not our ways, and His thoughts are not our thoughts. When we know God’s sovereignty and love to be true, we take comfort, but we can still sometimes hurt. If we therefore love and have been loved, throughout all the trials of life, then in Christ Jesus we have all we need.
13 June 2021
God is the same yesterday, today, and forever. Nothing that happens in the world surprises Him! When we are calm, when we continue to say our prayers, we set an example of perseverance and faith for others to follow.
6 June 2021
The Feast of Corpus Christi is the Patronal Festival of Holy Communion Anglican Church in RI. From the Latin for "Body of Christ", the Feast of Corpus Christi celebrates Christ's presence in the Sacraments. Listen as Elder Nathan reflects on the deep meaning of this festival day and why we must treat these sacred mysteries with the utmost reverence.
30 May 2021
The Holy Trinity is a glorious mystery, the existence of God as one, in three Persons. There is no division or conflict within the Trinity, because it is an expression of God's perfect love and unity. Listen as the Bishop-retired reflects on the glory of the Holy Trinity.
23 May 2021
We long for unity in our time. When we look around, it seems we are more divided than ever. So where is true unity to be found? Elder Nathan discusses the perfect unity God offers His people in the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
16 May 2021
Today we celebrate Christ's Ascension into Heaven. This final miracle of His earthly ministry offered a glimpse of Jesus' power and majesty. How great is Jesus' power, and what does it mean for our life and ministry here and now?
9 May 2021
Sermon given by the Rev. Mark R. Galloway (Bishop-retired) on 5/9/2021 (6 Easter). Most of us have plenty to be joyful for. So why aren't we happy? Christians indeed must be joyful, for having received the gift of eternal life. Listen as the Rev. Galloway unpacks Psalm 33.
2 May 2021
Sermon given by the Rev. Nathan Stomberg on 5/2/2021 (5 Easter). We're always told the secret to love and happiness is to "follow your heart." But what if there was a better way? The Rector discusses the true nature of God's love for us, agape love - love that is self-sacrificing.
25 April 2021
The shepherds who lead God's people have the sober responsibility to care for and protect the flock. So what are we to make of those who lead the flock astray? The Rev. Galloway discusses the Church's great need for true, good shepherds, who are obedient to the one True Shepherd.