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The Time of the Church: The Season after Pentecost

The Sundays after Pentecost make up the longest portion of the Church Year. This is the Time of the Church–the time we focus on growing together in the life of the Holy Trinity. Continue reading

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Epiphany and the Epiphany Season

Epiphany is on January 6. Epiphany means “to show” or “to make known” and is often called the Gentile Christmas because this is the celebration of when the Magi, who were Gentiles, came to worship Jesus. The Epiphany season continues until the day before Ash Wednesday. The … Continue reading

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The Time of Christmas

The time of Christmas begins with Advent, which is Latin for “He’s coming.” These four Sundays before Christmas are dedicated to preparing our hearts for the coming of Christ, teaching us to hope for the right things. At this time of year, the television … Continue reading

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Holy Trinity

Having celebrated the greatest event in God’s history of salvation, the death and resurrection of the Son of God, we pause a bit at the Feast of the Holy Trinity to consider the essence of God. Certainly the essence of … Continue reading

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What Time Is It? The Season of Lent

We in the Midwest are looking forward to Springtime temperatures and leaving this dreary winter behind. But even as we are looking forward to Spring and it’s transition into Summer, the Church Year is also giving us a season of … Continue reading

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