December Newsletter

Kim McAtee on December 7, 2018

December 2018 From the Desk of the Priest in Charge: Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,                The season of Advent can be difficult for Catholic Christians.  There is, perhaps, no other season or time of year when we are more at odds with the secular culture in which we live or as set apart from most Protestant churches.  There are, as you might imagine, many forces involved in this disparity.  With the time and space limitations involved here, it would be impractical to examine why and how others approach this time of year.  However, it may be helpful...

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November 2018 Newsletter

Kim McAtee on November 9, 2018

November 2018 From the Priest-in-Charge: It has been and continues to be an exciting fall here at the Church of the Communion, hopefully bringing us a good end, to a not-so-easy year.  Contrary to the path of the flora and fauna outside the window, it seems that we are seeing some signs of new life in our church, some early buds of new growth.  And at the same time, we have shared the hardship of the loss of faithful, longtime members who have moved on to larger life.  To read to the full article and see the entire newsletter, please click...

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Sermon: The Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost

Fr. Jeff Richardson on October 17, 2018

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Sermon: The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

Fr. Jeff Richardson on October 14, 2018

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October 2018 Newsletter

Kim McAtee on October 10, 2018

October 2018 From the Desk of the Priest-in-Charge: What an interesting and wonderful thing is the turn of a season.  Perhaps we are all enjoying the changing weather, a bit cooler and dryer.  It is interesting to see the plants making their last efforts for the year and to watch the animals making provision for the season ahead.  Our congregation of the faithful here at Church of the Holy Communion is in a somewhat similar situation.  We are beginning the last part of our church year, day by day moving closer to  Advent to begin once again the pattern of...

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