Images from the Black Dragon Studio. Curated by Tom and Jerry Hanna. Read more
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Would you like to spend more time reading The Saint John’s Bible, looking at the illuminations, and studying it? Read more
July 28, 2013, Charissa Bradstreet, MDiv preaching
The destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah is a story that makes many of us uncomfortable, in no small part because the large scale act of judgment captures our attention. God eliminates two cities with rains of sulfur and fire. It seems another example of what many refer to as “the angry God of the Old Testament.” We are also uncomfortable because of a horrible and dangerous misreading of the text which has led to an association of Sodom with homosexuality. For those who believe homosexuality is a sin, this has become one of the texts used to justify their claims that God hates homosexuality. Read more
THE CHOIR IS RETREATING! Read more
WEEKLY WORD FOR JULY 22, 2013 –Building Campaign Series, Part 1: Campaign Priorities by The Rev. Doyt Conn –Did You Know? Pasi Organ Builders -Greetings Epiphany from Nicki! -Backpacks for YWCA Teenagers -Sunday Lectionary Corner -Weekly Word Summer Schedule -Parish … Read more
July 14, 2013, The Rev Kate Wesch preaching
God asks Amos, “What do you see?” and then, God says, “Go, prophesy!” Now, God asks each one of us. What do you see? Do you see institutional racism, workplace bias, ageism, poverty, or homelessness? What do you see that gets your blood boiling, your spirit agitated, and your soul hungry for change? Read more
WEEKLY WORD FOR JULY 8, 2013 –Making Memories, a reflection by Epiphany parishioner, Jamie Balducci -An Apartment Beautification Team reflection by Epiphany parishioner, Ann Beck -Friday Night in July, Courtyard Concert Series -July Vestry Meeting Minutes by Vestry member, Beth … Read more
July 7, 2013, Diana Bender preaching
Today, we just heard the end of the book of Matthew. Within 3 weeks, I studied carefully the end of Luke, the end of John, the end of Matthew. At the same time, I experienced the end of my job and a major life work, and the end of a big phase of my parenting career. I think God is trying to get my attention. Something about endings maybe?
A memorial service remembering and celebrating the life of Brewster Denny.