Trinity Sunday Sermon: We are Family

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Badges? The Spirit don't need no stinking badges!

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In the movie The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, two fortune hunters and would-be gold prospectors, Dobbs and Curtin, head to the Sierra Madre mountain range to prospect for gold.
On the way, they are attacked by various groups of bandits.
In the most famous scene, Dobbs, played by Humphry Bogart, is surrounded by armed men who claim to be Mexican federal police who demand that Dobbs hand over his rifle.
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Sermon: the Dude Abides

In the Cohen brothers film, the Big Lebowski, the Dude, the main character in the movie, seems unphased by the disasters that happen in his life . . . . 

 

 

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Sermon: Jesus calls us to remember our Joy

Sermon: Jesus calls us to remember our Joy

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Easter 2015 Sermon

When we look for the living Jesus, we shall see the Lord.

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SSJE Time Videos1

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SoCo Update for the Week of February 22, 2015

Here is what's new with the Soco Episcopal Community:

Sunday Afternoon 4:30pm Service at Opal Divine's Penn Field

We will be worshiping this week with a Liturgy of the Word from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.  We finish the service before 5:30pm, and then folks stay, talk, maybe play some darts, and have dinner if they can.

Please invite friends, family, and neighbors.  All are welcome, no exceptions.



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Sermon: After Jesus Lifts You Up, Get up and Serve

Sermon for 2.8.2015

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SoCo Episcopal Update: Week of February 8 2015


Here is what's new with the Soco Episcopal Community:

Sunday Afternoon 4:30pm Service at Opal Divine's Penn Field

We are now getting into the groove of our weekly Sunday afternoon service at Opal Divine's Penn Field.  There is plenty of parking in the parking lot.  When you go inside, head to the private room to the left where we will be gathering.  You can't miss it--it will be the room set up with an altar, lectern, dart boards, and neon Jose Cuervo signs.

We will be worshiping this week with a Liturgy of the Word from the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.  We finish the service before 5:30pm, and then folks stay, talk, and have dinner if they can.

Please invite friends, family, and neighbors.  All are welcome, no exceptions.


Save the Date: Laundry Love Kid Friendly Service Opportunity  - Thursday February 26th at 5:30pm

The last Thursday of every month we help out friends and neighbors with laundry at SpinZone on Congress Ave. All are welcome to join, and quarters, soap, and snacks are provided. Stop by for laundry, conversation, and some fun!

To RSVP click http://www.socoepiscopal.org/laundry_love 


Coffee with Paul

Paul Skeith would like to set individual meetings with as people as possible to talk about what people would like the SoCo Episcopal Community to become and how we can have the biggest positive impact on 78704.  Please email him at paul.s@socoepiscopal.org to set up a time to meet.


Website is up!

If you have not visited our website, please click www.socoepiscopal.org and check it out.  It would be great if you could sign up as a supporter and update your contact information.


Phone number is working!

You can check for service times, reach Paul, or leave a message at (512) 865-4854.


Donations to the Soco Episcopal Community

We have budgeted $5000 for the Community's expenses for 2015.  Paul Skeith is not paid for his work with the Community.  If you would like to make a donation, all donations to the SoCo Community are being held in a separate fund by St. David's Episcopal Church and are tax deductible.  To make a donation, please click https://socoepiscopal.nationbuilder.com/give

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Sermon 2/1/2015: What Jesus has to do with us

What have you to do with us, Jesus of Nazareth?

The man with the unclean spirit in the Gospel yells this question and challenge at Jesus in the middle of Jesus’ teaching at the synagogue.

This must have put all the congregation on edge.

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