Tag: Easter

The Sacred Triduum

The last three days of Holy Week are called the Sacred Triduum, the three holy days.

Easter Sunday (Tri-homily) 03/31/13

Happy Easter, as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and his victory over sin and death. The sermon today is presented in three parts by The Reverend Robert Szo, our rector, by The Reverend Gil Shoesmith, our Deacon, and by Nathan Mantey, our Youth and Family worker.

The Post-Easter Church

Here we are then, coming back down to earth after Easter, and it’s most definitely after Easter.

The cross is still here of course, and the flowers are still beautiful and the hymns still have a distinctly Easter feel to them, but there’s one thing missing – the people.
The cross is still here of course, and the flowers are still beautiful and the hymns still have a distinctly Easter feel to them, but there’s one thing missing – the people.

After Death, Resurrection

DIOCESAN POST, MAY 2009 The churches in our diocese will have to die in order to live. Dying doesn’t necessarily mean going out of business, but it does mean dying to our long-established way of doing church, to our obsessive…

A Visitor Comments

On two occasions recently I have visited St. Stephen’s Church and churchyard.

The first time was with Shutterbugs, a photography club I belong to and the second time was with two friends from the club who were unable to come the first time.

On both occasions I was captivated by the beauty, simplicity, peacefulness of this magical place. The second time was Good Friday, a partially sunny day but quite chilly.