This week we read through Ephesians.  At Holy Cross, the past two months, we have heard sermons on Ephesians.  All of these have been collected here.

Paul's letter to the Ephesians appears to have been a circular letter he intended to go to many churches while he was in prison.  Because of Paul's close connection to the Ephesus congregation, he may have sent the first copy or copies there, knowing he had friends who could then distribute the letter more widely.  That would explain why we don't read personal greetings in this letter (as, for example, in the last chapter of Romans).