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Good Word 7/9/2021

JULY 9, 2021 What do you need to grow spiritually? “There is no quick and easy way to make the life of God the life we lead,” writes Sister Joan Chittister, a Benedictine nun, theologian, and modern contemplative. “It takes years of sacred reading, years of listening to all of life, years of learning to listen through the filter of …

Good Word 7/2/21

JULY 2, 2021 Citizens of the Kingdom of God This coming Sunday, Independence Day, is more than a national holiday. It’s also a major feast on our Episcopal Church liturgical calendar. Meaning it’s a church holiday, too—a holy day—and therefore a reminder that in our mission and ministry as the church we pray and work for what’s best in our …

Good Word 6/25/21

JUNE 25, 2021 Sermon Preview: When the interruption isn’t an interruption… This Sunday, will we hear the intertwined stories of two women in Mark’s Gospel who need the healing of Jesus. One woman is the daughter of Jairus, a leader of the synagogue and an insider, and the other woman is an outsider who has suffered from hemorrhages and has been an …

Good Word 6/18/21

JUNE 18, 2021 Navigating Stormy Seas This Sunday, our reading from Mark’s Gospel will take us to the Sea of Galilee, or Lake Tiberias, where we are caught up in a windstorm on a boat with Jesus and the disciples. As waves overwhelm the stern of their boat, the disciples panic while Jesus sleeps through it all, seemingly oblivious to the chaos …

Good Word 6/11/21

JUNE 11, 2021 Join us this Sunday for our first discernment conversation! “I am so afraid that I will never be who I once was. And I am also afraid that I will be,” Lutheran pastor, activist, blogger and theologian Nadia Bolz Weber recently mused as she reflected on post-pandemic life. We know, in our hearts, that we truly cannot just pick …

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