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Dianne Mesh

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Challenge and Change

First Sunday of Lent – Sunday Gathering A Sermon from Dianne Mesh Hello everyone, we welcome you to join us in celebrating the first Sunday

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Blessings and Curses

6th Sunday After Epiphany – Sunday Gathering A sermon from Dianne Mesh Hello everyone, please join us in celebrating the 6th Sunday after Epiphany by

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Water is Life

Sermon from Dianne Mesh Those of you who were here last Sunday may remember how, during ourcommunity reflection time, I spoke of my realization of

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Comfort, O Comfort

A gathering on the Second Sunday of Advent 2020 Readings this morning from Isaiah and Wendell Berry. Music from many sources with both new and

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“This is it,” we all have thought at one time of another as we surveyed our own fertile hills. “This has all the makings of a stellar success. If I pour all my love and energy into this, the end product can’t help but be awesome, absolutely awesome.” Read more »

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“Stay Home”

We were weeks into the Covid-19 pandemic as I headed north from my home on Gloucester Street and approached the Sanctuary. I passed neatly aligned

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Words & Community

Holy Trinity values and attracts people who believe in the power of words to bring the living Christ into our midst. We place a great deal of faith in the power of words to define who we are as a Christian people and to unite us in a common vision for our church and a common ministry to the world around us.

I know I’m stretching a point here. That none among us really believe that we can articulate our way to salvation. But I wonder if sometimes we don’t forget that.

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