As we continue to recover from the pandemic and reopen our doors, new opportunities for worship are emerging in this resurrection season.
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Stand in our midst
enter the circle of our fears
penetrate the darkness of our doubts
meet us where we are
Migrant farmworkers have traveled a perilous road to get here. Upon arrival, they encounter broken promises, racism, economic and legal oppression, and constant fear of being sent back. They are survivors. They share their stories and memories of those who did not survive the journey with them.
This Sunday (Palm Sunday), March 28 at 9:00 a.m., we will offer indoor Holy Eucharist for 25 pre-registered worshippers.
The clergy and staff at St. Peter’s are excited that we are able to begin worshipping in person again, yet we also know many in our community cannot join us and many others are not ready to gather in person. My hope is that our Holy Week and Easter schedule will provide opportunities for all to observe this most holy season, either in person or from afar.
I stand in love and awe for this wonderful creation, and for the people and other creatures who populate it. And taking some sort of action seems like my only possible response to love.
As we planned for what we knew would be an unusual season, it became clear that Serenade needed to be part of that season. Though it will look different this year, Serenade 2021 will once again bring together friends of the Choir School, whose support is what continues to make our important work possible. We are excited to share our plans with you, and we hope you will plan to join us.
So much was lost, with little or no time to lament that which was lost. Because of the magnitude of these collective losses, the theme for these 2021 Lenten meditations is lament.
Lent is a time to embrace the wilderness. Lent is a season in which we are invited to examine our lives, our relationships with one another, and our relationship with God. In the wilderness, we encounter temptation and false promise, but we also encounter the Living God who invites us to follow the Way of Jesus instead of the ways of the world.
Each of our leaders believes in the importance of reminding our youth that the Good Shepherd loves them. We seek to support their parents’ efforts at home and build on the foundation they built in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. We are serious about proclaiming the Gospel for and with our youth.