This service features scripture, guided meditation and prayers that apply the Passion narrative to today’s world. Read more
Monthly Archives: February 2013
This liturgy begins the season of Lent with the imposition of ashes.
WEEKLY WORD FOR FEBRUARY 11, 2013 –Rectorly Imperfection (Who would have guessed?), reflection by the Rev Doyt Conn -Contemplative Stations of the Cross – Fridays in Lent -Lenten Services at Epiphany -Mardi Gras Pancake Supper –My Epiphany Story, a reflection by … Read more
February 10, 2012, The Rev Doyt Conn preaching
And here is the revelation. It is what Paul is so excited about; it is what he now knows for certain– that we can never fall out of relationship with Christ. It is a lesson that he and we may have to learn over and over again throughout life. It is true, we never fall out with Christ. Read more
February 10, 2013, The Rev Kate Wesch preaching
Today, evensong, or “evening song,” is said or sung daily at many cathedrals. Essentially, it thanks God for the day just past and asks God’s protection during the coming night. It is a quiet, reflective set of prayers, songs, and psalms, asking the worshiper to be still in spirit. In its full expression, the choir sings much of the service on behalf of the congregation. Read more
A memorial service in celebration and thanksgiving for the life of Ann Jones Cahill.
A memorial service in celebration and thanksgiving for the life of Samuel Leigh Savidge, Jr.
Preaching is an exercise in prayer, study, and reflection. Engage scripture and learn how a sermon comes together as a spiritual work.
WEEKLY WORD FOR FEBRUARY 4, 2013 -How the Church Operates: Apology #1, the Rev Doyt Conn –My Epiphany Story, A Series. An introduction by Anna White –My Epiphany Journey, a reflection by Charley Bush -106th Annual Meeting Ed Emerson’s Senior … Read more
February 3, 2013, The Rev Kate Wesch preaching.
Simeon and Anna have a lot of wisdom and they can teach us. I know their lives couldn’t have been simple or easy and yet, there they were day in and day out, praying and waiting. A little head cold comes along, a little adversity, trials, and stress, and I fall apart. As author Lauren Winner puts it and I agree, “I wish I had the eyes and faith that Simeon had, the eyes and faith to recognize God’s redemption in unlikely bodies. I wish I had the eyes to see God’s redeeming work in the world around me, and the faith to proclaim it. How can I become a person who can recognize God’s unfolding redemption, and respond with Simeon’s words?” Read more