Archive: May 2015

  1. Memories of Walter

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    Acts 2: 1-21; Day of Pentecost; 05242015 I was thinking back to the late 1980’s this past week, as I thought about Memorial Day.  I was a police officer in those days and was asked by my Lieutenant to meet with a guy who had walked into his office.  The man’s name was Walter and […]

  2. 2015 Diocesan Youth Ministry

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    Seventh Sunday of Easter   May 17, 2015 Renee Haney, Diocesan Youth Coordinator Good Morning!  My name is Renee Haney and I am delighted to be here with you today.  After the service, I will be giving the Safeguarding God’s Children training for some. I am very thankful for St. Nicholas’ and the staff for your […]

  3. Rules, Inclusivity and Mother’s Day

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    Acts 10: 44-48; 05102015; 6 Easter A wise old priest once gave me some sage advice that I never got in seminary.  “Dave”, he said, with a rather serious expression, “You can forget to give folks their Christmas blessing and the ladies in your congregation will forgive you.  You can forget to wish them a […]

  4. Showing Up

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    Acts 8: 26-40; 5 Easter; 05032015 Our neighborhood was filled with strange and unusual people yesterday morning.  We discovered this because of Paco, our attack Chihuahua.  He was barking furiously at all the activity in our neighbor’s garage across the alley.  For a while I was concerned that the rumors might be true, that the […]