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Seeing as God Sees

The Christian writer, C.S.Lewis, comments on the word membership as follows: “The Christian is called, not to individualism but to membership in the mystical body. The very word membership is of Christian origin, but it has been taken over by the world and emptied of...

A Message from our Senior Warden | Interim Junior Warden Announcement

Bob Cantrall has stepped down as Junior Warden. We thank Bob for his devoted service during the challenging and dark times of the pandemic. It was a period filled with uncertainty, serious health risks and constant change which he navigated courageously and with...

We Shall be Changed

As the pandemic lockdown entered its second year in 2021, the Bishop of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, Mark Edington, edited and published a series of short essays on the impact of being closed for in person worship. The essays were entitled “We...

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Seeing as God Sees

The Christian writer, C.S.Lewis, comments on the word membership as follows: “The Christian is called, not to individualism but to membership in the mystical body. The very word membership is of Christian origin, but it has been taken over by the world and emptied of...

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We Shall be Changed

As the pandemic lockdown entered its second year in 2021, the Bishop of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, Mark Edington, edited and published a series of short essays on the impact of being closed for in person worship. The essays were entitled “We...

read more

Praying for Our Bishops and the Lambeth Conference

This week we focus our prayers a little more intently on our Bishops. All active Bishop across the Anglican Communion are gathering in Canterbury for the Lambeth Conference. Donna and I enjoyed three weeks in Canterbury for the last Lambeth held in 2008. Traditionally...

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Rev. Amy Sabbatical Update!

https://vimeo.com/731551296/98796a444b We’re having an incredible time and have weathered the heat wave just fine. We spent 10 days in the village of Bampton in Oxfordshire, traversed the country twice for a pilgrimage to Canterbury, walked 40 miles on the coast of...

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Let us sit among the prophets

Part of my regular prayer practice is to give time to journal on specific verses or passages of Scripture that catch my attention during personal devotions. What has been surprising is that a majority of these have been in the Psalms, which I try and read in their...

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Good News Garden Update!

Can you believe it has already been a month at the Good News Garden? Our plants are growing, seedlings are sprouting, and new friends are joining us in the garden each week! -- people, birds, bees, frogs, and lots of worms! Last Sunday, we explored the kinds of life...

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Coffee Hour Volunteer Rota!

In years past (way past!) there was a “coffee hour rota” at Grace – a list of folks willing to bring refreshments sweet or savory to our post-worship gathering in the courtyard – which always included someone who knew how to make the coffee in the kitchen. The people...

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Agreement #5: Value Differences of Opinion

After the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in March of 2018, my colleagues at Justin Siena High School and I sat around a table to decide how best to listen to our students and respond as a school community. We had had a tumultuous year already. While our...

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Rummage Sale

The annual Grace Church Rummage sale is back on Saturday August 20th from 09:00am - 04:00pm! You can find the seller guidelines and floor plan for our upcoming Grace Church Rummage Sale below. You can read the guidelines for sellers HERE and view the floor plan layout...

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A Message from Bishop Alan Scarfe

Dear Beloved in Christ, Several years ago I met for lunch with the then Senator for Iowa, Tom Harkin. Senator Harkin mentioned that he believed that Bishops and Senators had similar constituents. Our responsibility for public discourse covered the same demographics....

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