Posts Categorized: Grace Notes

Voice of the Vestry: What matters now?

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By Kerry Nelson As part of our monthly Vestry meeting we spend 15-30 minutes on study. This could be reading this week’s scriptures followed by discussion or Daniel reading a passage from the latest book he is studying and asking a pointed question. No matter what the topic, the ensuing conversation is thought provoking and… Read more »

Jesus grabbed my heart

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By Connie Meyers I am Connie Meyers, a disciple of Christ….well, at least I am trying to be a disciple of Christ! You would think that a person that has been a Christian, an Episcopalian no less, since six weeks of age would have been spiritually formed by now. Several years ago I realized that… Read more »

God acts when I slow down…

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By The Very Rev. Daniel Richards Rector Since the Reformation, Christianity has been mired in major debates about faith. That isn’t news; it is history. We often talk about how the Anglican tradition is poised to be revolutionary and, in fact, the Episcopal church has been in the forefront of several controversial issues that are… Read more »

Why I Take My Daughter to Church

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By Abbey Nielsen Getting to church in one piece is difficult some mornings. My daughter typically naps during church time, and as some of you may know, she gets a little tired, noisy and grouchy. But I take my daughter to church so that she can grow up a woman of God. I take my… Read more »

New Sunday school program starts Sept. 8

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By Catherine Turnbull Director of Children and Youth Formation Under the aegis of Welcome, Worship, Study, Serve, we’ve been asking ourselves over the years how we can best embody our mission to impart the great stories of the Christian faith and guide children into Episcopal traditions of worship—in a comfortable bracket of time. This year,… Read more »