HOLY COMFORTER EPISCOPAL CHURCH

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Physical Address: 2322 Spring Cypress Road 

Spring, Texas 77388

Mailing Address: 2129 FM 2920, Suite 190 - 165

Spring, Texas 77388

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January 19, 2020

Second Sunday after Epiphany - Parish Annual Meeting
January 19, 2020
John 1:29-42

Today as I begin my annual address to the parish, I want to start with a parable. A parable written by an Episcopal priest in the 1950s. It goes like this.

On a dangerous seacoast where sh...

January 12, 2020

The Rev. Jimmy Abbott
Baptism of our Lord
January 12, 2020
Matthew 3:13-17

Jesus goes into the wilderness to see John the Baptist in order to be baptized by him in the River Jordan. This is the culmination of all we have been expecting through Advent and Christmas. In t...

January 5, 2020

Second Sunday after Christmas

January 5, 2020

Matthew 2:13-15,19-23

He wore a long ponytail, ragged jeans and always, always a black pocket t-shirt.. He perched his reading glasses on the very end of his nose as he lectured to his in his rough northern English accent. We...

December 29, 2019

First Sunday after Christmas Day

December 29, 2019

John 1:1-18

The carols have stopped playing. The neighbors have turned off their Christmas lights. The poinsettias are dead. It’s back to reality. This is the worst part of Christmas, isn’t it? You have to un-decorate the...

December 24, 2019

Christmas Eve

December 24, 2019

John 1:1-14

On this holy night, I’m drawn back to all my childhood memories of Christmas. I remember going to church late on Christmas Eve. I remember the darkened church, the wooden pews. I remember tearing into my presents on Christmas mo...

December 22, 2019

Fourth Sunday of Advent

December 22, 2019

Matthew 1:18-25

Like many American boys, I was raised by my father on stories of sports heroes. He told me where he was when Kurt Gibson hit that home run in the 1988 World Series. He showed me a golf tee that Arnold Palmer had us...

December 15, 2019

Third Sunday of Advent

December 15, 2019

Isaiah 35:1-10

It was just about as bad as you can imagine. It was summer, presumably hot. The soldiers were ragged, exhausted, spent after two years of constant warfare. Their mighty defensive walls had crumbled under the continuo...

December 8, 2019

Second Sunday of Advent

Matthew 3:1-12

Way out in the desert, in the wilderness, among the shimmering heat waves on the horizon, stood a sign. It was more than a sign, it was a symbol; a symbol that told me there was safe haven, there was sustenance, there was respite fr...

December 1, 2019

First Sunday of Advent
December 1, 2019
Matthew 24:36-44

A truly astonishing thing happened last night. I packed up the leftovers from dinner and put them in my refrigerator for lunch today. Amazing. I set my coffeepot to turn on automatically this morning. I brushed my...

November 24, 2019

Christ the King Sunday 

November 24, 2019

Luke 23:33-43

When they came to the place the that is called The Skull, they crucified Jesus there with the criminals, one on his right hand and one on his left. Then Jesus said, “Father, forgive them; for they do not know what th...

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