A weekly Rector's Notes articles, October 21, 2019 Part of my sermon yesterday I touched on this concept of prayer as a form of persistence, and I want to expand upon that idea today. On the Episcopal Church website for the Way of Love resources, pray is defined: Dwell intentionally with God each day. Jesus … Continue reading prayer as persistence
A weekly Rector's Notes Article, September 23, 2019 Newcomers classes are an opportunity. They are an opportunity first and foremost for those new to the Episcopal Church to learn about who we are, what we do, and why we do it. It is also a great opportunity to start to connect the newcomer to the … Continue reading Newcomers Class & Invitation
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, March 11, 2019 This is the first article discussing the themes for our Lenten series based on The Way of Love Through our baptism we go through an experience of death in order to be brought back again into a new life. We become dead to sin and are made … Continue reading turn
A weekly Rector's Notes article, March 4, 2019 Ash Wednesday has always held a special place in my spiritual life. I have a deeply personal connection to Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday has already occurred on my birthday 3 times in my life (that I remember), and the last time it was on my birthday was also the first time that our oldest … Continue reading ash wednesday