Sundays:  Pastor's Class 9:00 AM (studying Isaiah)
               Divine Service 10:30 AM

Wednesday: Pastor's Class 10:00 AM (studying Hebrews)
                   Divine Service 7:00 PM 

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Hermeneutics are the "rules" by which one interprets the Bible. Everyone has them; and everyone, moreover, has a catechism which is the distillation and conclusions of one's interpretive / hermeneutical methods. Even the Fundamentalist who claims the Bible alone as his catechism betrays himself, and his hermeneutical methods the moment he underlines a passage, or notes wh...

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A Re-Think Of Luke 9:36

Concerning the reading from St. Luke for Transfiguration, this account/liturgy is pregnant with dedokatuplets so that a dozen full sermons could easily be preached on it. If I have time I will list some of those later, but for now I call your attention to just one verse: 36 "And after the voice had spoken, Jesus alone was there; and they kept silent and told no one in thos...

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Holy Holy Holy

The Sanctus, which is the liturgy of Isaiah 6 and Revelation 4:8, calls us away from earth, and all earthly cares, to "fix our minds on the things that are above, and not the things below" (Col. 3). I don't know if anything in Divine Worship expresses this better than the Cherubic Hymn of the St. John Chrysostom Liturgy. Please enjoy this article which explains things mor...

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