The Feast of Christ the King

We encourage you to join us on Sunday, November 24 when another church year comes to a close with the Feast of Christ the King. The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys sings at 11am and 4pm.You may make your Holy Communion at 8am, 9am and 11am.

Fittingly, the church year ends with Jesus “seated at the right hand of God the Father, and he shall come again to judge the quick and the dead.” The following week a new chuch year begins with Advent Sunday, which is also a time of great anticipation. The great Advent Procession reaches its climax with the singing of “come thou redeemer of the earth.”

And so we end the year waiting for Jesus to come, and we begin the year waiting for Jesus to come. And all the while, Jesus already is.

As you consider the mystery of the One who was, is, and is to come, you might find these sermons in the archive helpful:

Where We’re Going (2011) by Fr Austin
The Kingship of Christ (2011) by Fr Fletcher
A Different Warrior King (2009) by Fr Mead
Christ the King, and the Stranger (2008) by Fr Mead
Life with Christ the King (2007) by Fr Austin
The King’s Highway: Of Judgment (2006) by Fr Andrew
Christ the King, Love Almighty (2005) by Fr Mead
An Invitation to Join the Penitent Thief (2004) by Fr Mead