• 2 August 2020

    This mornings readings offer us three feasts: feasts of hope and a feast of empire. Which will you proclaim?

  • 26 July 2020

    The Kingdom of Heaven is like a tiny bit of yeast a woman hid in a huge amount of flour. Soon the dough was everywhere. The Kingdom of Heaven is like a fight for justice infusing the hearts and minds of a whole expansive community that doesn’t seem to end, a movement for justice perpetuating itself like sourdough starter.

  • 19 July 2020

    “Let both of them grow together until the harvest.” One of the hidden blessings of being in a pandemic is the amount of time I read more…

  • 12 July 2020

    Text: 18-23

    “…the one who indeed bears fruit and yields, in one case a hundredfold, in another sixty, and in another thirty.” What surprises you in this read more…

  • 5 July 2020

    We are constantly reminded that the liberty won with the end of slavery was short-lived, and that descendants of slaves still tread the stony road and feel the chastening rod. And this year, more than ever, we need to be reminded of God’s presence in this suffering, and to live, nonetheless, in hope. In the language of today’s reading from the prophet Zechariah, we need to live as prisoners of hope.

  • 28 June 2020

    We were blessed to have our Bishop, Michael Hanley, with us for the celebration of our patronal feast. You can watch the whole liturgy, or read more…

  • 21 June 2020

    Text: Matthew 10:24-39

    “Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.” This is read more…

  • 14 June 2020

    Text: Matthew 9:35-10:8

    Someone recently pointed something out to me that I found useful in understanding today’s readings: There are three moments of disruption and trauma in the read more…