An invitation to an Advent of pointing to both plague and promise in your own life.
This week has been a wonderful week in giving. And one of the gifts of being a Rector is getting to know about both the big and the small moments of generosity in our congregation. I thought it would be nice to share with you what a generous week looks like. First, our pledge campaign … Continue reading A Generous Week
Advent begins tomorrow. Every year, I talk about Advent as a season of waiting. This year, all of us understand Advent better than ever. We have been in a time of waiting since March. Waiting for this pandemic to be done so that we can get back to our normal lives. But then, over these … Continue reading A Time of Waiting
Jesus says: Don’t Judge, and Don’t be Overwhelmed.
What if these Kingdom of God parables were not about God, but about us? How do we need to live in order to prepare for and live into the Kingdom of God?
Bishop Hodges-Copple's sermon for our regular Bishop's Visit.
The election burst through my bubble, I have mourned, and now I am re-centering on Jesus's call to me.
Use a basic improv tool to commit yourself more fully to living into your baptismal covenant.
Instead of denying your feelings, "Yes, and..." them. Hold them, and add prayer and planning.
Why and how we pray.