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March 28, 2010: Forgiven – But Who’s Listening?

The Rev. Dr. C. Steven Teague, Rector
Passion/Palm Sunday

Outside the Holy City a most unholy scene rises into the morning sky. From three crosses hang three men, convicted of fomenting insurrection and violence against the empire. One man is innocent, declared so by no less than Herod, Pilate, a criminal hanging beside him, and a soldier watching this grotesque scene. That innocent man of course, is Jesus, who seeks no earthly throne or power, but subversively disrupts the world by preaching a reign of love, peace, forgiveness, and the inclusion of everyone.

St. Paul’s goes to the opera…again

            Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 1, to see Armida, by Rossini, with Renee Fleming, in a high definition broadcast on the movie screen, straight from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. We’ll go to the South Shore Marcus Theater, off Rawson in Oak Creek. The address is 7261 S. 13th, Street and the phone number […]

e2 February Brunch

Join e2 for brunch on February 21. We’ll meet in the Parlor after the 10:15 service. If you can bring along a dish to pass at the brunch, please do. If you can’t, don’t let that stop you from coming for a bite to eat and a bit of fellowship. E Squared is a group […]