From the Rector
Jesus is on the side of the poor, abused, and oppressed. It will not win, because just as he was in all the strange dark days of history, Jesus is on the side of justice and peace. So, as his followers, let’s be sure we’re on his side, the side with the great cloud of witnesses, the side of the Kingdom of God.
This Saturday and Sunday we celebrate the feast of the Transfiguration of our Lord. The account of Christ’s ascension up the holy mountain with the three members of his inner circle is familiar to many Christians.
This past week I learned about a remarkable recent event in Ethiopia. In a nationally coordinated effort, the people of that country worked together to plant 350 million trees in a single day.
This September, the Saturday evening service will transform in order to make it more accessible and compelling for newcomers from less liturgical church backgrounds or no church background at all.
I’ve heard from more than a few of you that you’re somewhat confused by the new “expansive language” rites we’ve begun using
In our worship last weekend we reflected on the Parable of the Good Samaritan, a story we also spent time with back