What Will We Do With The Gospel? (Worship for November 15 – Holy Eucharist)

The gospel is God’s treasure entrusted to the church but for the sake of the world. It’s good news for the world and it has the power to transform the world, and it will. That’s why we must not keep it to ourselves. We can’t afford to be risk-averse with the treasure of the gospel. No, Jesus is inviting us to take a risk. Don’t bury it in the ground or hide it in a box, take it out and show it off and spread it around. Hide it under a bushel? No! I’m going to let it shine!

From the Rector’s Desk: On Remedying Church Decline.

It’s simple, as members of the Church you and I have one job: to make new followers of Jesus. That’s it. How? By going, baptizing, and teaching other people. Who? Everyone and anyone! And we’re called to remember, Jesus is with us always. That means we’re never alone and we never have to rely on our own gifts or capacity or education or experience. Jesus, who conquered death (!), never leaves your side. So you can do this (yes, you!).

Worship for November 1 – Holy Eucharist

Good morning and welcome to this celebration of the Holy Eucharist on Sunday, November 1. Our service will begin at 10:30am. We are delighted that you are here! Please download the bulletin and pray along with us here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11r4SNh3kJ1pbf2wW-25MiQBlro1RCaF-/view?usp=sharing Today we welcome Bishop Andrew Asbil as we celebrate All Saints' Day. https://www.facebook.com/st.pauls.midhurst/videos/843949979683386