From the Rector’s Study

I prefer communicating verbally rather than on paper or social media. COVID-19 has us living differently. I hope my messages provide a spiritual lift in these troubling times. – The Rev. Bryce Sangster

March 31, 2024

The good news of Easter, and yet puzzling and confusing. When Peter and the other disciple go into the tomb and see that Jesus is not there, John says that he saw and believed; for as yet they did not understand the scripture, that he must rise from the dead.

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March 24, 2024

Whenever there is an election of a Bishop there is always thoughts about who will let their name stand. All of us a priests think about it wonder about being Bishop. A colleague captured the essence of the reality of our playing with the idea. That all of us would like to be Bishop for a day, but beyond that, to deal with the problems and stresses of the position day in and day out for years is not what we want. So, who would want to do so?

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March 17, 2024

Interesting, it is Lent and the idea of penitential themes and concepts. And here we have both the New Covenant being expressed in Jeremiah and the priest for ever in the order of Melchizedek. What is going on?

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March 10, 2024

This part of John’s gospel contains perhaps the most famous and best-known verse in the Bible. For God so love the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life.

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