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Deciding Liturgy for Worship and Daily Office

Did you know that thousands of churches around the globe are reading the same scripture as you every Sunday morning? How is it that an Episcopal Church in Orlando is reading the same scripture as a Roman Catholic Church in Canada? Simple we draw our scripture readings...

Colors and Seasons in Church Life

Have you ever noticed the difference in colors that Priests and Deacons wear throughout the year? How do we know that we wear Purple in Lent and Green in Pentecost... heck how do we even know when Pentecost begins? Two Dates Rule Them All There are two dates that our...

Father’s Day 2021: Remembering Why We Gather.

And, fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.Ephesians 6:4 Happy Father's Day to all the Fathers out there this blessed Sunday both old and young alike. What Father's day means to each family will...

Thoughts on Epiphany and an assist on “Exploring the Gospels”

Commentary on Matthew 2:1-12  The Story of Epiphany The story of Epiphany – the story of the three wise men who come to visit and honor the Christ child – is an unusual one full of sharp contrasts.  These men were priests and scholars of their day with...

Clunker or Luxury We Feed God’s People

As Christians, we are called to feed God's people period. Due to COVID-19, those who are left without work are now unable to even cover their four walls for their family food, water, shelter, and transportation. A common theme in our American culture is "pick yourself...

Advent the light in a season of Darkness

Happy New Year! At least liturgically speaking of course. This year has been challenging for all of us in our own unique ways as we grapple with our daily duties in the midst of a global pandemic. For many in our church, this has been isolation from our friends,...

Good Friday

And Jesus said to him, “‘If you can’! All things are possible for one who believes.”- Mark 9:23 When one enters an Episcopal parish, one of the first things that is noticeable is an altar and usually a cross above it or near it. In Roman Catholicism, it is traditional...

Maundy Thursday

During the Eucharistic Rite, the celebrant lifts up the priest host (bread) and speaks of the night before. What happened during this most important night? The answer is Maundy Thursday. Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper where Jesus washed the fert of his...

Palm Sunday

What is the Day?? “Say to Daughter Zion, ‘See, your king comes to you, gentle and riding on a donkey, and on a colt, the foal of a donkey.’”Matthew 21:5 Palm Sunday is the Sunday before Easter celebrating Jesus’ triumphant arrival in to Jerusalem mentioned in gospels...
Deciding Liturgy for Worship and Daily Office

Deciding Liturgy for Worship and Daily Office

Did you know that thousands of churches around the globe are reading the same scripture as you every Sunday morning? How is it that an Episcopal Church in Orlando is reading the same scripture as a Roman Catholic Church in Canada? Simple we draw our scripture readings...

Colors and Seasons in Church Life

Colors and Seasons in Church Life

Have you ever noticed the difference in colors that Priests and Deacons wear throughout the year? How do we know that we wear Purple in Lent and Green in Pentecost... heck how do we even know when Pentecost begins? Two Dates Rule Them All There are two dates that our...

Clunker or Luxury We Feed God’s People

Clunker or Luxury We Feed God’s People

As Christians, we are called to feed God's people period. Due to COVID-19, those who are left without work are now unable to even cover their four walls for their family food, water, shelter, and transportation. A common theme in our American culture is "pick yourself...

Advent the light in a season of Darkness

Advent the light in a season of Darkness

Happy New Year! At least liturgically speaking of course. This year has been challenging for all of us in our own unique ways as we grapple with our daily duties in the midst of a global pandemic. For many in our church, this has been isolation from our friends,...

Good Friday

Good Friday

And Jesus said to him, “‘If you can’! All things are possible for one who believes.”- Mark 9:23 When one enters an Episcopal parish, one of the first things that is noticeable is an altar and usually a cross above it or near it. In Roman Catholicism, it is traditional...

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday

During the Eucharistic Rite, the celebrant lifts up the priest host (bread) and speaks of the night before. What happened during this most important night? The answer is Maundy Thursday. Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper where Jesus washed the fert of his...

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