A weekly Rector's Notes article for May 20, 2019 Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being? I will, with God's help. I have been asking a lot lately for God's help. This final question of our baptismal covenant tasks us with what loving our … Continue reading dignity
A Rector's Notes weekly article, May 13, 2019 Where are we going? How will we get there? These two important questions are with us throughout much of our lives. The answers to these questions dictate everything from road trips to conversations with toddlers to career and life planning to whatever you may need direction for. … Continue reading where are we going?
A weekly Rector's Notes article, April 8, 2019 Our communal experience of faith is worship. It was what draws us together each Sunday, it is how we as a community experience the presence of Christ in one another, in ourselves. But, worship shouldn’t end with the closing hymn and dismissal. There is a beauty in … Continue reading worship & go
A weekly Rector's Notes Article, April 1, 2019 Taking one’s sabbath time is a counter-cultural act. Our society today demands us to fill our time with work, with experiences, with Netflix binges, facebook status updates, and more. We are a consuming culture, not just of goods, but everything. From food to news to resources to … Continue reading rest
A weekly Rector's Notes Article, continuing reflections on The Way of Love We are called as Christians to continually learn and grow in our faith. Forming ourselves in the practices, traditions, and theology of our faith is an integral part to fully developing ourselves as well-rounded Christians that are able to engage in the conversations … Continue reading learn & bless