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Zacchaeus. Come On Down!

November 17, 2019 The Rev’d. Dr. Gretchen S. Grimshaw Episcopal Parish of St. Paul, Newton Highlands, MA This morning’s Gospel was originally scheduled in our lectionary rotation for November 3rd. But on that Sunday, we celebrated with the readings for All … Continue reading

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Jesus and Job Descriptions

Job, Jesus and the Holy Baptism of Amberliz Pedraza-Rosado November 10, 2019 The Rev’d. Dr. Gretchen S. Grimshaw Episcopal Parish of St. Paul, Newton Highlands, MA   From the Book of Job Job said, “O that my words were written down! O … Continue reading

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Receive the Gift of God!

  Gospel of John 20:19-31 April 28, 2019: Second Sunday of Eastertide The Rev’d. Gretchen S. Grimshaw Episcopal Parish of St. Paul, Newton Highlands, MA Welcome to the second Sunday in Eastertide! Jesus is back! As is the snow. (sigh!) … Continue reading

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The Cost of Love

April 14, 2019: Palm Sunday The Gospel According to Luke The Rev’d. Gretchen S. Grimshaw Episcopal Parish of St. Paul, Newton Highlands, MA We entered Jerusalem on a tour bus. Having just come from Capernaum to the house of Peter’s … Continue reading

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Prodigal Love

March 31, 2019: Lent IV Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32[1] The Rev’d. Gretchen S. Grimshaw The Parish of St. Paul, Newton Highlands, MA How great is the story of the Prodigal Child?!  It’s one of those stories that we all know from … Continue reading

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Gentle Revolution

Luke 9:28-36; the Transfiguration March 3, 2019 The Rev’d Gretchen Sanders Grimshaw Episcopal Parish of St. Paul, Newton Highlands, MA Now about eight days after these sayings Jesus took with him Peter and John and James, and went up on … Continue reading

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Here I Am, Send Me!

February 10, 2019 Luke 5:1-11 The Rev’d Gretchen Sanders Grimshaw Episcopal Parish of St. Paul, Newton Highlands, MA In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, high and lofty; and the hem of … Continue reading

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