Category Archives: Transfiguration Sunday

Liturgy Letter Newsletter – Transfiguration Sunday 2019 (Year C)

Glimpses of Glory and Revelations of Grace

God has provided glimpses of his glory and holiness (Exodus 34:29-35). These revelations inspire awe and worship (Psalm 99). Our hope rests in God’s revelation to us through Jesus Christ. Thanks be to God! He is transforming us through his Spirit and calling us into the light of his glory (2 Corinthians 3:12-4:2). At times, we may be terrified, but we are called to trust God and listen to his Chosen Son as we worship and wait for his healing (Luke 9:28-43a).

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Liturgy Letter Newsletter – Transfiguration Sunday 2018 (Year B)

Liturgy Letter Newsletter – Transfiguration Sunday 2018 (Year B)

Share the Light

The heavens declare the righteousness, power, and beauty
of the Lord (Psalm 50:1-6). Let the strong faith of the prophets
be an example to us (2 Kings 2:1-12) and the hope of the resurrection (Mark 9:2-9) encourage us as we share the
light of the gospel (2 Corinthians 4:3-6).
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Liturgy Letter Newsletter – Ninth Sunday after Pentecost 2017 (Year A)

The Liturgy Letter- Ninth Sunday after Pentecost 2017 (Year A)

God’s Mercy

Jacob deeply desired that God would bless him (Genesis 32:22-32). We can count on God to watch over those who love him with compassion and mercy (Psalm 17 and Psalm 145); Paul mourned that so many of the Jews did not acknowledge Christ (Romans 9:1-5). Jesus cares for our earthly needs and has power over all things, as evinced in the feeding of the five thousand (Matthew 14:13-21). -Thomas Oden in Ancient Christian Devotional 

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