A weekly Rector's Notes Article, July 15, 2019 Part of our work as a community of faithful people is creating a worshiping space that is radically welcoming to all people, regardless of age or ability. There are conversations to be had in the future about how we can become more accessible given the constraints of … Continue reading radically welcoming holy play
A sermon for the Third Sunday of Easter, May 5, 2019 John 21:1-19 We mark today as a celebration for the rogation days. In our received tradition, this celebration has come to mark the beginning of the planting season, a blessing for crops and plants, for prosperity and protection. There is much more to this … Continue reading stewards
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 sermon for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday After the Pentecost, Mark 12:38-44 The gospel lesson this morning is harsh. Live into your faith, fully, completely, without hesitation, without boasting and strutting for all to see, with the greatest self-sacrifice, with the commitment to truly be a person of faith, forgoing the expectations of the watching public … Continue reading appearances
A weekly Rector's Notes reflection for November 5, 2018 As part of this “Election Day-Eve” edition of my weekly rector’s notes, I want to talk a little bit about what politics and the church DO have to say to each other. Our lives are constantly bombarded by election news. Signs for candidates are going up … Continue reading vote!