Monthly Archive: November 2014

November 26 of Week 1 Advent

Dear Friends Just a few things to note before the holiday rush: Happy Thanksgiving to all of you. I pray that whether you are travelling or celebrating from home that this season will be blessed and safe for all. I pray that the ‘peace of God which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and …

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Sermon, November 23, 2014

Nile Gomez, speaker

November 20 of Week 33 in Ordinary Time

Here’s what’s going on at Christ the Redeemer this week:   PEARUSA’s NETWORK RETREAT near Harrisonburg  starts this evening and runs through Saturday. Please pray for the 8 members of CtR who will be attending the event and for Bishop Steve Woods who will be the guest speaker. This is a great chance to learn …

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Fight, Flight or Prayer!

‘In return for my love they accuse me, “But I give myself to prayer.” Psalm 109:4 How do you respond when slandered or unjustly accused of something? How do you react when the ‘world’ conspires against you; when the forces within our systems and institutions crush us rather than protect us? How do you respond? …

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Sermon, November 16, 2014

Rev. Brian Campbell, speaker

November 13 of Week 32 in Ordinary Time

Dear Friends, Here are some of the things you need to be aware of this week: PEARUSA Mission Fund Offering: Every year PEARUSA (the Missionary Jurisdiction of the Anglican Church of Rwanda in the USA – our parent organization) asks all of its churches to take a one-time offering to support our efforts to extend …

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Sermon, November 9, 2014

Rev. Brian Campbell, speaker

November 7 of Week 31 in Ordinary Time

Dear Friends The Church’s year is fast coming to a close (Advent begins on November 30!) and there is much happening within and around the church. Let me bring some to your attention: Home & Study Group Leaders meet after worship on Sunday, November 9. I mention this for two reasons; one, to remind all …

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Sermon, November 2, 2014

Rev. Brian Campbell, speaker