Our Gospel Lesson this Sunday is perhaps one of the most well known stories ever told by Jesus. The phrase, “a Good Samaritan,” has become part of our cultural language and is used even by people without any Christian knowledge or experience. There is, of course, a reason for this. It is a most powerful story that continues to challenge and enlighten, even in the cynical times in which we live.
Our Assistant Curate, Rev’d Alexandra, will be preaching on this text from Luke at both our 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services this Sunday. I hope you can join us to hear again this story and reflect on its meaning for our lives. I would recommend reading the story over a few times before Sunday. Then, come to church with it fresh in your mind. You will find that you will come away from the service having gained much.
I hope to see you then.