Our “Good News Garden” is a joint ministry of St. Luke’s and St. Titus’ Episcopal Church in Durham. The garden is named after St. Phocas, the patron saint of gardeners. The Garden In spite of the cooling weather, the Good News Garden collaboration between Saint Titus and Saint Luke's is still going strong. For some reason, the frost … Continue reading November Garden Update
by the Rev. Dr. Kathryn Mathewson [listen to this sermon here, or on Spotify or TuneIn] https://soundcloud.com/user-338454561/watch-and-wait
In the name of God – Father, Son & Holy Spirit. Amen. Every year on Good Friday for centuries we have read and heard the long Passion Gospel from John, sometimes with assigned parts. I am always glad when I have a part to play so I don’t have to yell out “Crucify him! Crucify … Continue reading Christ the King Sunday | November 21, 2021
Our annual Share Your Christmas event started on November 21 and runs through the end of December. Donations for our St. Luke's Families, LEAP Families, and Maple Court Veterans must be received by December 12 in order to get gift cards to the recipients in time for them to shop for their holiday needs. Donations … Continue reading Share Your Christmas is open for giving!
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by Rev. Jeanine Driscoll [Listen to this sermon here or on Spotify or TuneIn] https://soundcloud.com/user-338454561/end-times-and-baptismal-vows
by Dr. Sam Laurent [listen to this sermon here, or on Spotify or TuneIn.] https://soundcloud.com/user-338454561/god-death-and-lazarus
by the Rev. Kathryn Mathewson [listen to this sermon here or on Spotify or TuneIn] https://soundcloud.com/user-338454561/gods-wake-up-call-and-hard-choices
Our “Good News Garden” is a joint ministry of St. Luke’s and St. Titus’ Episcopal Church in Durham. The garden is named after St. Phocas, the patron saint of gardeners. In October at the Saint Phocas garden, our peppers continued to produce, but our cucumbers gave up entirely and our tomatoes are down to just a few green … Continue reading October Garden Update
by the Rev. James B. Craven III In the name of God – Father, Son & Holy Spirit. Amen. My son Will reminds me of why I believe in miracles, particularly miracles of healing, which occupied a lot of Christ’s time. I have never counted the acts of healing in Holy Scripture, but there are … Continue reading The Healing of Bartimaeus | October 24, 2021