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Jesus does not abandon his followers. Through the Holy Spirit, Jesus comes to abide with his disciples of every generation. As Pentecost draws near, we are reminded the the risen Christ dwells in us as the Spirit of truth. We receive this Spirit in baptism and pray that in our gathering around the Lord’s table the Spirit will transform us to be the body of the risen Christ in the world.

Check out the readings for this week:

Acts 17:22-31
Paul’s message to the Athenians

Psalm 66:8-20
Bless our God, you peoples; let the sound of praise be heard

1 Peter 3:13-22
The days of Noah, a sign of baptism

John 14:15-21
Christ our advocate

There’s a wonderful 16th-century setting of the gospel message in If Ye Love Me, Keep My Commandments by Thomas Tallis. For music this week, we’ll focus on singing about God’s abiding love, Jesus our advocate, and the Spirit of truth who lives in every charitable act.

Dr. Adam Lefever Hughes

Dr. Adam Lefever Hughes

Director of Music

As the Director of Music, I help the St. Peter’s community proclaim the gospel story and share the goodness of God through worship and music.

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