Response for Sep 21, 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“Fill us with your Spirit O God so we may not be known as people who live to complain. Instead, may we be known as people who are worthy of the gospel of Christ. With gratitude for the past and hope for the future, may we come to possess the inheritance you prepared for us. For we know that only in gratitude are we able to embrace the fullness of your Spirit in our lives.”


Response to the written Word from Matthew 20: 1-16, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Aug 31st, 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“Let us listen well to Jesus’ invitation to life in the Spirit when He said ‘All who want to come after me must say no to themselves, take up their cross, and follow me.’ Let us embrace the One whose teachings lead to life. Let us lose our worldly life and find eternal life in the Kingdom of God.”


Response to the written Word from Matthew 16:24-27, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Aug 24th, 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“Make my life a living sacrifice, O God. All that I ever thought I did well; all that I ever hope to do or be; my substance, my influence; anything about me that poses as power; all these I pour out at Your feet, as a living sacrifice to you. Amen.”


Response to the written Word from Romans 12:1-8, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Aug 17th, 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“Even in the midst of abandonment and rejection, God is at work, saving the faithful. Thanks be to God! Even in the midst of insult and injury, God is at work, Healing the needy. Thanks be to God! God challenges us to look beyond our differences, to embrace what we have in common, and to live together in unity. Thanks be to God!”


Response to the written Word from Matthew 15:10-28, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Aug 10th, 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“We thank you God that you are here in our midst with compassion, love and saving power. We bless you for Christ who speaks peace and is peace inn our souls. Assure us that we do not have to prove ourselves, but simply trust the presence of Jesus and Your promise to be with us in all difficulty, Amen”


Response to the written Word from Matthew 14:22-23, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Aug 3rd, 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“O Lord, feed us with the wisdom of your word. Awaken within us a longing to see your face, that we may be satisfied. Touch our minds with understanding, that we may sense your presence in the struggles and wounds of life. Amen!”


Response to the written Word from Matthew 14:13-21, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Jul 27th, 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“As children of God, we recognize that nothing can separate us from the love of God and that no power in heaven or under the earth can separate us from the love of Christ: Not death, nor life, nor things present, nor things to come. Thanks be to God!”


Response to the written Word from Romans 8:26-39, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Jul 13 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“Response to the spoken word: Your word is a lamp to our feet, O God. Your instructions are a light to our path. Your decrees are a living heritage. You’re teaching is a blessing in times of trial. Hold our hands and guide us, Holy One that we may abide in your ways and live.”


Response to the written Word from John 17:13-19, Romans 8:1-11, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Jun 29th 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“We are your disciples, Lord. How we want to be like you! We are your servants, Lord. How we want to serve like you! Take our minds: enlighten them. Take our hearts: awaken them. Take our hands: enliven them?not that we might be made great through you, but that you might be made great through us!”


Response to the written Word from Matthew 10:34-39, Luke 12:51-53, and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.

Response for Jun 15th 2014

Weekly Sermon Response“By your power and authority, Lord, ,ay your servant love become out way of life. may your grace and forgiveness inspire us to teach this desperate world hope for the future. May we become the living embodiment of your good news, in all that we say and do. Surrounding us with your constant presence, you are with us always, as you promised, from the beginning to the end.”

Response to the written Word from Matthew 28:16-20 and the spoken word from Eugene D. Sperazza C.L.M.