The Sundays after Epiphany continue to celebrate the revelation of God’s glory to us as it was made known to the magi and to those on Jordan’s banks at Jesus’ baptism—today using wedding imagery. Our God rejoices over God’s people as those being married rejoice over one another. By the power of the Spirit there are gifts galore for everyone. In Christ Jesus the best wine is saved for last. Taste and see.
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Good morning from Eugene, OR!
Another fine sermon!!
Afternoon Karen from 19° Shillington, PA! Enjoy that vacation!
ChAOS kids playing t-shirt TKO! Thankful for technology ... See MoreSee Less
Due to the winter weather advisory, worship services have been cancelled for Sunday, January 9. Be safe. ... See MoreSee Less
Trinity was delighted to have the AE Meyer Duo, Anna & Erik Meyer, flute and organ, record a program of newly composed music. The first three selections were written by Erik and are included on the couple's debut CD Fantasmagoria. Compositions by Parker Kitterman and Kile Smith round out the program. Magnificently performed, the program highlights three outstanding Philadelphia-area composers/musicians.
I. Fantasy and Hallucination at 0:43
II. Oneironautics at 10:55
III. Deja Vu at 16:40
Passacaglia at 19:18
A Child's Afternoon
I. No one to play with at 22:19
II. Someone to play with at 26:52 ... See MoreSee Less
As on the first day of creation, in this Christmas season the Word illumines the world, shining forth to bring all things into being. Today we celebrate the incarnate Word, God becoming flesh to live among us in the person of Jesus Christ then and now. Emboldened by the good news of Christ’s birth, along with the shepherds, Mary and Joseph, and all witnesses to the light of Christ, we declare to the world that we have indeed seen and been transformed by the arrival of “the salvation of our God.” O come, let us adore!
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Good morning Everyone!
Yay camera operators!
On the first Sunday of Christmas we find the boy Samuel and the boy Jesus, both in the temple, both growing in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and humankind. We too have returned to the house of God “to sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to God,” who has gifted us with a savior. As the festival continues, “let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts.” It is Christmas, still.
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Getting ready for the 10:30 worship service!! ... See MoreSee Less
In winter’s deepest night, we welcome the light of the Christ child. Isaiah declares that the light of the long-promised king will illumine the world and bring endless peace and justice. Paul reminds us that the grace of God through Jesus Christ brings salvation to all people. The angels declare that Jesus’ birth is good and joyful news for everyone, including lowly shepherds. Filled with the light that shines in our lives, we go forth to share the light of Christ with the whole world.
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The Keyboards.....How Wonderful!
Getting ready to worship together!!! Blessed Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less
Trinity member Rob Speece, a senior at Wilson High School. sings the beloved Schubert setting of Ave Marie at our early Christmas Eve service. ... See MoreSee Less
He is fabulous what a beautiful voice love you all
What a beautiful performance and voice ❤
WOW ‼️ Simply Amazing and Beautiful ‼️
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