This week’s image, “If A House Be Divided Against Itself That House Cannot Stand” (c. 1978, courtesy of the Harvard Art Museum), is by Howard Finster (1916–2001), an American artist and a Baptist minister. Apparently Finster was captivated by Jesus’ declaration (Mark 3) that a house divided against itself can not stand;...

This week’s image is a sketch by the renowned English mystic, poet, and artist, William Blake (1757-1827). This pencil drawing depicts God the Father accepts his son’s sacrifice in dying for mankind, while the sketch of Satan is barely visible beneath the clouds. Blake’s paintings of ‘The Last Judgement’ contain...

This week’s image, “Miniature of Pentecost,” of the Spirit’s descent upon Mary and the Apostles comes from the British Library, and is part of a collection called “Cuttings from Missals of Innocent X.” Much like we tend to focus on the men who were part of Jesus’ ministry, we also tend to think of the early Church in terms...

5-16-21 – Easter 7 – 9 am and 11 am (1)

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Download the service bulletin for the Fourth Sunday of Easter Watch the service A Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Easter Easter is a festive season. It’s THE festive season. During these 50 days of Easter, We are celebrating the resurrection of the Good Shepherd, we are rejoicing that we now live in hope, the hope of...

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