October Newsletter

Kim McAtee on September 29, 2017

Meandering of the Interim   A friend of mine, many years ago, reminded me of a fact that until he said I never considered. He told me “all clergy” are interims. I pondered this for a long time.  I always considered where I was serving would be the place God might have me stay.  Maybe I hoped that I would become the “beloved former Rector?”  Yet in all my calls, there would come a time when I would receive a call to another parish.  My friend was right, I have also followed a priest and another priest would take my...

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September Newsletter

Kim McAtee on August 31, 2017

Meandering of the Interim   I feel one of the most important parts of this “in between time” is discernment.  Discernment in the Christian context means; “perception in the absence of judgment with a view to obtaining spiritual direction,” but for me the secular is more direct; “the ability to judge well.” The first time I ever heard the word discernment was when I felt the call to ordained ministry.  My words  concerning this were simply saying, “I’m thinking about seminary.” So, my question to you all is, what are you thinking about or discerning during this in between time?...

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Sermon: Transfiguration of Our Lord

Fr. Dan Clarke on August 13, 2017

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Sermon: Pentecost IIX

Fr. Chris Thompson on August 13, 2017

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August Newsletter

Kim McAtee on August 2, 2017

Meandering of the Interim   Remember: A stingy planter gets a stingy crop; a lavish planter gets a lavish crop. I want each of you to take plenty of time to think (pray) it over, and make up your own mind what you will give. That will protect you against sob stories and    arm-twisting. God loves it when the giver delights in the giving. 2 Corinthians 9:6-7(The Message) To read the full article and the entire Newsletter, please click here.  

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