February 7, 2016: The Rev. Greg Tallant

When we care for one another, when we bear one another’s burdens, when we celebrate our victories and console our losses, sometimes even when we rebuke one another and discipline one another, but never...

January 24, 2016: The Rev. Greg Tallant

Imagine what would happen if our state and federal governments were gone, and the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights all went away. Sure, we’d get up and go to...

December 6, 2015: The Reverend Greg Tallant

It’s important to know the story of John the Baptist. I’m sure everybody here at least knows his name. (Maybe everybody.) Less people know the role he plays in the life of Jesus. Maybe somewhere you remember the...

November 22, 2015: The Rev. Greg Tallant

Today is the last Sunday of the church year. The end of the season after Pentecost, the end of Ordinary Time. The end of the church year also finds us in another season, a season of horrifying...

October 25, 2015: The Rev. Greg Tallant

Today, I want to talk about how we build meaningful, Christ-like relationships with one another, and that only comes when we offer back to God the most precious gift God gives us - Time. Our...

September 20, 2015: The Rev. Greg Tallant

After the service one of the preschool parents asked Jenna, very politely, “Um, I’m a scientist, and what exactly are you teaching these children?” Let me say first that we love our preschool parents. The Dad is...

July 5, 2015: The Rev. Greg Tallant

When is standing up for principle and righteousness actually just hard-heartedness and hypocrisy? When is offering love and acceptance just a pretty name for turning a blind eye to selfishness and gluttony? For most...

May 3, 2015: The Rev. Greg Tallant

It’s too often those gaps in our lives that cause pain and confusion. Everyone here, everyone here, has experienced the almost existential pain of the gap between who you think you are and who your culture and...

The Rev. Greg Tallant

*protected email* Father Greg (or Greg – either is fine) is the Rector of Holy Trinity Parish. The Rector is a priest of the church and the senior pastor. Father Greg leads the Vestry...