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Trinity Sunday

June 4, 2023 • Mark Harley • Genesis 1:1—2:4, Psalm 8, 2 Corinthians 13:11–13, Matthew 28:16–20

On the day of Pentecost, the followers of Jesus were given a power that was beyond imagination, the power of God's own Holy Spirit. They spoke of hope, healing, forgiveness, transformation, purpose, and restoration through that power. The news would spread and multiply from person to person to the ends of the earth. We live by that same power, the power that gave new birth to the mission of God.

The Sixth Sunday After Pentecost

July 2, 2023 • Ryan Rovito • Matthew 10:40–42

On the day of Pentecost, the followers of Jesus were given a power that was beyond imagination, the power of God’s own Holy Spirit. They spoke of hope, healing, forgiveness, transformation, purpose, and restoration through that power. The news would spread and multiply from person to person to the ends of the earth. We live by that same power, the power that gave new birth to the mission of God.

The Sixth Sunday After Pentecost

July 2, 2023 • Mark Harley • Matthew 10:40–42

On the day of Pentecost, the followers of Jesus were given a power that was beyond imagination, the power of God’s own Holy Spirit. They spoke of hope, healing, forgiveness, transformation, purpose, and restoration through that power. The news would spread and multiply from person to person to the ends of the earth. We live by that same power, the power that gave new birth to the mission of God.

The Fifth Sunday After Pentecost

June 25, 2023 • Ryan Rovito • Matthew 10:24–39

On the day of Pentecost, the followers of Jesus were given a power that was beyond imagination, the power of God’s own Holy Spirit. They spoke of hope, healing, forgiveness, transformation, purpose, and restoration through that power. The news would spread and multiply from person to person to the ends of the earth. We live by that same power, the power that gave new birth to the mission of God.