Learning about the St. Paul's Stations.
Lucky for you, I try not to preach on ALL of the readings prescribed on a given Sunday. So, since I may not get to it in the pulpit this Sunday, I want to touch on the Psalm.
Where do you notice abundance in your life? Are there places of abundant life and abundant living that you take for granted? Where would you like to experience and/or share more abundance?
Here we are again. It’s the beginning of the new year and we’re still scratching our heads, wondering how to plan ahead, be with one another, and offer classes and fellowship opportunities.
Next week, we celebrate the feast of St. Francis who was born and raised in Assisi. He is celebrated for his generosity and compassion to the poor and outcast, but he’s celebrated, also and equally, for his connection to creation.
Take care of yourselves, St. Paul’s. We all move at different speeds and, together, we move toward the presence of Christ who bids us come near.
Have you ever thought about Jesus's grandparents?
I hope you find meaning and freshness in Norman Fischer's translation/version of Psalm 121. Norman is a renowned Zen priest, teacher, poet, and former co-abbot of the Zen Center in San Francisco.
For this week’s chapel, I’m sharing a lovely piece written by one of our bishops in the Diocese of Virginia. Bishop Taylor writes about the SEASON of Easter, not just the day of Easter (scroll down, below my signature to…
The journey is about intentionally and mindfully moving in a life-ward direction.