Blessed. Beloved. Saint.
The lectionary gave us this text for the 20th Sunday after Pentecost, but what a gift it is for today, the day we have chosen, close to the Feast of All Saints, as the Sunday when we gather to remember our own “blessed ones” our own “beloved ones” who have died in the past year.
We are all Immigrants
Before you enter into the land God has given you, remember these things: Remember God, who God is. Remember who we are. We are all immigrants
Compassion in the Text and at the Table.
I was born into a practising Roman Catholic family. I had a little Missal book which I would take with me to Church, and while the adults all lined up and knelt at the altar to receive the communion wafers on their tongue, in a moment so holy it was signalled by bells and incense, I would look at the sepia pictures in my missal,
A series of 4 sermons on the 4 elements by the Rev Wendy Evans
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Here’s a quick look at upcoming activities October 20 – November 8
Here’s a quick look at upcoming activities October 13 – November 8