For those that were unable to attend a service, or for those that wanted to reflect once more on the sermon, below are the text from the sermons.
And now I conclude my ministry with you, I leave you with a prayer that I thought well summarizes our common belief in the Trinity and may serve as a guide as we journey forward into the next chapter we all face. It is a prayer found in an early ninth-century Anglo-Saxon Latin prayer book that actually supposedly was sung by the housewife each morning as she kindled the fire on her hearth, and made the bed, and milked the cow. It simply goes, “May God the Father bless us; may Christ take care of us; (and) may the Holy Spirit enlighten us all the days of our life. Amen.”