The spiritual practice of writing is one way to create meaning out of chaos and to discover the Divine presence in the middle of it. Writing demands sustained attention and rewards with moments of clarity and reassurance. It is an act of prayer as old as our sacred scriptures.
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We should remember that the right to vote is sacred, as many people given up their lives to protect and expand it.
I am excited to announce that on Sunday, October 18, at 1:00 p.m., we will offer an outdoor service of Holy Eucharist on 7th Street beside the church.
Join The Choir School on Wednesday evenings in October as we present a series of Virtual Choir Projects.
The pandemic has made it hard to show our neighbors love, but there is a way for each of us to help: participate in this year’s Virtual Crop Walk on October 11.
The first forum will be on the theology and neurophysiology of compassion. The second will be on the interrelatedness of health, spirituality, and religion. And the last forum in the series will be on clinical theology, aka clinical pastoral care and education.
During the darkest parts of our Christian journey, we will need a dedicated disciple of Jesus to patiently wait to hand us bread and fish and smile. Someone to remind us that one day we will have the strength and abundance to help others in a way that seems impossible to us now.
Regard this as a gift; your opportunity to embrace that mandate to “welcome the stranger.” “For it is in giving that we receive; in loving that we are loved; and in comforting that we, in turn, are comforted.”
This is perhaps one of the strangest beginnings to a new program year in the history of our parish. Yet, unprecedented moments provide new opportunities!
This fall, we will have more Adult Formation opportunities than we have had over the last few years. It is my hope that there will be something for everyone!