This morning when I slipped on my mask, I was immediately reminded of the peace I felt last night. During the service, my mask had been busy absorbing smoke from the fire while I was soaking up prayers, peace, and the presence of God in community. We gathered near the fire, under warm lights, andContinue reading “Weekly Lifelines 11/08/2020”
What a joy to have Bishop Craig visit St. Luke’s last Sunday! His words, in preaching and during coffee hour, were full of wisdom, love, and invitation. If you haven’t seen it, I urge you to go check out the recording of our worship service posted on Facebook. (Coffee hour wasn’t recorded, so for thatContinue reading “Weekly Lifelines 11/01/2020”
A while back, it dawned on me that my work at St. Luke’s has been more like the work of an interim priest than that of a rector. The distinction between these two roles is important and, unfortunately, isn’t usually well-understood. I want to shed some light on those differences and their implications for ourContinue reading “Weekly Lifelines 10/25/2020”
Before I highlight three interesting events coming up this week, I have an invitation for you. When you join us for worship this Sunday, I invite you to bring a candle. Just before worship begins, we’ll all light our candles together in a gesture of our unity despite our separation. It’s a way ofContinue reading “Weekly Lifelines 10/18/2020”
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