Monthly Archives: March 2016

To Go Far, Walk Together

March 6, 2016, The Rev. Kate Wesch preaching

I came across this proverb from Rwanda the other day. “To go fast, walk alone. To go far, walk together.” The proverb is right. To go far, we must walk together—because relationship is primary. Speed isn’t primary, winning isn’t primary. Going the most distance or doing the most things isn’t primary. Relationship is primary. And when we honor that, then, we can go the distance. Read more

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Evening Prayer: Pilgrimage as Spiritual Discipline

March 2, 2016, Diana Bender preaching

Whenever I start to think I know better, practicing the spiritual disciplines pulls me back, whether it’s praying Hour by Hour, worshipping every Sunday or going on pilgrimage. Together the spiritual disciplines reorient me to a deeper reality. They open me up to grace and to the action of the Holy Spirit in a way that is often powerful and helpful, and sometimes (like with the pilgrimage) even transformational. Read more

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Weekly Word for March 4, 2016

– It’s Time to Start Thinking about Holy Week
– The Holy Week Schedule, March 20-27
– An Update from the Building Team
– Celebrate Moonshine Day and Support Service & Outreach at the Same Time!
– Parish Prayer List
– Sunday Lectionary Corner
– Upcoming Events Read more

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Monthly Message for March 2016

– Blessing and Going Forward, a reflection by the Rev. Doyt L. Conn, Jr.
– The Official Holy Week Guide
– An Update from the Building Team
– The Music Corner: The Process of Planning Music
– Easter Basket Drive
– Have a Heart Report
– Bourbon and Rye Whiskey Tasting Event
– Lent Madness Calendar
– Lent Afternoon of Quiet
– Women’s Annual Weekend Retreat
– Parish Prayer List
– Upcoming Events Read more

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