1. CLCTV2: May 31, 2015

    01:29:13

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    On Pentecost our Lord sent his promised Spirit to lead us into all truth. Most basic and central to the Christian faith is the affirmation of one God who reveals himself to us in the three persons of the Holy Trinity—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. How those three interact is a great mystery. For 1300 years the Church has used the word perichoresis (literally “dancing”) to describe that interdependence and interweaving of unity and Trinity. It is in that picture of relationships that we are formed—“Let us make man in our image.” (Genesis 1:26)—created to serve God and one another. Recorded on May 31, 2015 at the 10:35 PM worship service from CLC's Worship Center. "Born Again by the Holy Trinity” (John 3:1-17). Pastor Luther Brunette. Sermon Series: “This Changes Everything.”

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    • Reliability of the Bible and the Holy Trinity

      01:24:19

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      RCIA Class 4 - Reliability of the Bible and the Holy Trinity

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      • Children's Christmas Service - December 17, 2014

        01:14:32

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        The children of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church and School share the Christmas message.

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        • Faith Lutheran Church (Heritage) - May 26, 2013 - Pastor Kerry Nelson

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          Heritage (11:15 AM) Worship at Faith Lutheran Church in Bellaire, TX. Message from Pastor Kerry Nelson. Holy Trinity Sunday C - May 26, 2013.

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          • CLCTV: May 31, 2015

            01:09:58

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            On Pentecost our Lord sent his promised Spirit to lead us into all truth. Most basic and central to the Christian faith is the affirmation of one God who reveals himself to us in the three persons of the Holy Trinity—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. How those three interact is a great mystery. For 1300 years the Church has used the word perichoresis (literally “dancing”) to describe that interdependence and interweaving of unity and Trinity. It is in that picture of relationships that we are formed—“Let us make man in our image.” (Genesis 1:26)—created to serve God and one another. Recorded on May 31, 2015 at the 10:35 PM worship service from CLC's Worship Center. "Born Again by the Holy Trinity” (John 3:1-17). Pastor Luther Brunette. Sermon Series: “This Changes Everything.”

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            • Faith Lutheran Church (The Gathering) - May 31, 2015 - Pastor Kerry Nelson

              01:09:04

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              The Gathering (10:50 AM) Worship at Faith Lutheran Church in Bellaire, TX. Message from Pastor Kerry Nelson. Holy Trinity Sunday B - May 31, 2015.

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              • Esme & Guy's Wedding 2010

                01:06:33

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                Esme Glaser and Guy Websper's wedding on Saturday October 16th 2010 in The Holy Trinity Church, Combe Down, Bath, followed by the reception in The Trinity Rooms. A very special occasion filmed by Uncle Michael and Auntie Trina (Giles).

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                • Faith Lutheran Church (Heritage) - May 31, 2015 - Pastor Kerry Nelson

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                  Heritage (8:30 AM) Worship at Faith Lutheran Church in Bellaire, TX. Message from Pastor Kerry Nelson. Holy Trinity Sunday B - May 31, 2015.

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