Blog Articles & Rector’s messages

God is Love

God is Love

These days, Valentine's Day can be quite the production. This is certainly true in our household, where the children (three of them; 10 and under) make individual cards for Mommy and Daddy, and we return the favor. They also get...

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With a Thankful Heart

With a Thankful Heart

For those of you able to attend the Annual Meeting last Sunday, thank you so much! For those of you who could not make it, never fear; you can find the very well-produced recording below with all the information you need "baked into" the meeting. Again, I wish to...

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One Nation Under God

One Nation Under God

Like many of you, I have felt sick and betrayed over the events transpiring in Washington. But, unlike most of you, I have a different perspective on what we might think of as patriotism or nationalism. I grew up in 1970s-80s Britain, where hyper-nationalism was the...

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Let It Snow

Let It Snow

Yesterday, many of our parish children received an early Christmas present: a day to play in the snow, and take in the cold crisp air. As a parent, I was heartened to witness the unbridled joy of my little brood as they "wiggle-woggled" out the kitchen door as if on...

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Hues of Hope and Expectation

Hues of Hope and Expectation

Dear Parishioners and Friends,  This coming Sunday, the third of Advent, is celebrated with a splash of pink! Hence, it is referred to as Rose Sunday or Gaudete Sunday (from the Latin, "Rejoice"). We will rejoice this Sunday in humble confidence that God is good, and...

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