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God’s Peace and blessings to you all!  Here is my sermon from the Vigil of Pentecost service we had a few weeks prior.  In this sermon I talk about why we have vigils, and why we have confirmations.  To put it succinctly, as I said in my sermon, “For those what would ask why we have confirmations when we already have baptism, I would point out that it’s the same reason we have Pentecost when we’ve already had Easter.”  This is why we’re a sacramental Church!

It was an absolute pleasure to be invited to preach at Trinity Midtown in Houston, TX for the Feast of Pentecost this year.  Here are my sermons for their three services, including their 12:30 Jazz Mass.  You can find the lectionary readings for the day HERE.  God’s Peace.

8:00 Service

10:30 Service

12:30 Jazz Mass

 

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