Hugh Halter’s main observation is that while Jesus’ death and resurrection together form the single most important thing that God has done for us in Jesus, they are NOT the only things that God has done for us in Jesus. In the thirty or so years before Jesus’ death God also showed us, in Jesus, what it looks like to truly live a fully human life, the very same type of life that the gospel tells us Jesus died to give us.
Plenty of people have come to believe in the life-giving power of Christ’s death and resurrection, but too few have chosen to learn from Jesus how to actually live the life he died to give us. Over the month of November, however, that’s exactly what we’re going to do. We are going to take the first few steps towards a life-long journey of learning to be human like Jesus.
We strongly encourage everyone who will be tracking with us through this series to find a copy of Hugh Halter’s book ‘Flesh’ and to read it for themselves. And if you’re having a hard time getting a copy, let us know. I’m sure we can find one for you somewhere.
‘The Heart of Incarnation’
-Sun Nov. 11th-
‘Having an Incarnational Reputation’
-Sun Nov. 18th-
‘Sharing Incarnational Conversations’
-Sun Nov. 25th-
‘Experiencing Incarnational Transformation’
Oct 31st, 5pm
in the St. Paul’s Anglican Church Parking Lot
Trick-or-treating, Parishioners in funny costumes,
cars decorated for Halloween, and so much fun!
For more information or details on how you can help
contact Alice Kennedy at 832-2627.
St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Hampton
This is a child-friendly event for all ages exploring remembrance, peace, and faith through crafts, songs, stories and more.
RSVP by Thursday, November 8th to
or by calling 832-3375
Planning meeting is scheduled for November 1st at the church at 7pm. Looking for volunteers to help with project stations. Sharon will have the Project Stations ready to go.