Bishop’s Address

The Right Rev. Doug Hahn addresses Saint Patrick Episcopal Church in his annual visit.

Musical Selection – Gloria

A segment from Saint Patrick’s Service Music during Epiphany. “The Gloria” by Pleasant Company.

All the way home to hope.

Have you ever met a hope-killer? They are all around us in our midst, but hope cannot be killed. The Second Sunday after Christmas. The Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Somerset Kentucky. Matthew 2, Jeremiah 31, Psalm 84.

Christmas Eve – Is He Here?

12/25/2015 at Midnight. God shows up over and over again until God gets our attention. Did God show up on Christmas? The Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church, Somerset, Kentucky. Isaiah 9:2-7 and Luke 2:1-20.

Advent IV

Advent IV – What to expect when Expecting the Christ Child. How do we prepare for the birth of the Christ Child? Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church, Somerset, KY 12/20/2015. Using Hebrews 10:5-10, and Luke 1:39-55.

Giving Thanks, Preparing the Way

Annual Report from the Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church. On December 6, 2015, Rev. Amanda gives thanks for 2015 and asks the church to discern where God is leading in the new year. Using Philippians 1:3-11,
Luke 3:1-6, Luke 1:68-79.

The Light is Near

Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church reminds us that the light is promised to come. What do we do when we wait on the light? Luke 21:25-36

The Near-End

The End is Near – In the light of the attack on Paris by false prophets of religion, we reflect on end times. The day, when, Christ comes to be with God’s people and all experience peace over fear, calmness over alarm, and love over hate.
1 Samuel 1:4-20, 1 Samuel 2:1-10, Hebrews 10:11-25, Mark 13:1-8. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick Episcopal Church, Somerset Kentucky.

Open Hands

What are you holding onto with a clenched fist? The poor widow in Mark 12, the woman in Henri Nouwen’s “With Open Hands”, the rich man and the eye of the needle, and the merchant who buys and sells fine pearls all have things in their hands which they must let go of to experience the love of Christ. What do you need to let go? The Rev. Amanda Musterman preaches at Saint Patrick’s Somerset on 11/8/205.

The All Saint-y Rug

November 1, 2015. Rev. Amanda Musterman at Saint Patrick’s Episcopal Church describes how we are interwoven, connected, and knitted together with the Divine and All the Saints. A reflection on Isaiah 25:6-9, Revelation 21:1-6, and John 11:32-44.