broken vessels

A weekly Rector's Notes article, February 25, 2019 We prepare to enter into the season of Lent by reflecting on what it means to live into Lent, to practice Lent, to engage with a “Holy Lent,” remembering to prioritize the sacred and even mystical elements of a season that call us to deep reflection, self-examination, and even self-denial. We practice this season … Continue reading broken vessels

giving up & taking on: lent 2019

A weekly Rector's Notes article for February 25, 2019 The practice of giving something up for Lent is rooted in deep tradition, but it sometimes feels like it has lost some of its depth as it has become a practice of self-flagellation over soda, alcohol, coffee, and chocolate in recent years. Personally, I have done a number of different things in observing Lent. … Continue reading giving up & taking on: lent 2019

the grey

A sermon for Epiphany Epiphany marks our celebration of the arrival of Christ as shared with the world at large, with us, gentiles, gaining access to Christ through the wisdom of the Magi, seeking the Christ child, knowing that a messiah has been born, that the scriptures and prophecies have come true, recognizing that the appearance of this … Continue reading the grey