christian ethics and environmentalism

A weekly Rector's Notes article, January 28, 2019 A concern for environmental justice needs to be a principle concern of Christians. This concern extends beyond a simple understanding that we are tasked with being the stewards of this creation but also that, as Christians, we are tasked with seeking an ethical approach to understanding not just how we interact with and steward … Continue reading christian ethics and environmentalism

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A Sermon for the first Sunday after the Epiphany: The Baptism of Our Lord  We are united to Christ in baptism. The story of Christ’s baptism is a story of connection, of access, of identity, and it enables us to reproduce the act so that we too may be connected to Christ, to God. Baptism is our rite of initiation, a welcoming … Continue reading renew