This week I want to share with you a special report on our Courageous Generosity campaign, which is nearing completion. There is so much good news to share!
Offering Envelopes for 2019 are available for pick up on a table in Park Hall.
The governing body of Christ Church Cathedral has unanimously elected the Very Rev. Kathie Adams-Shepherd to the position of cathedral dean.
In this season of Advent and Christmas, the angle that captures my attention is not who Jesus WAS as much as who Jesus IS for us today.
In this Sunday’s gospel, Jesus will be talking about signs of his impending return, what is referred to as the apocalypse.
This Saturday and Sunday, December 1 & 2, will be the “In-Gathering” of pledge cards for this year’s stewardship campaign.
Last Sunday, I was privileged to be able to attend an Interfaith Festival of Thanksgiving, sponsored by the West County Interfaith Alliance.
As our church year winds down, I have been thinking and praying Psalm 90, especially as we prepare for our 2019 giving campaign here at St. Martin’s.
It’s fall. It is the beginning of the season of gratitude. Let us all start this season with a universal prayer of thanks.
Part of Veterans Day ceremonies dedicating and reopening Soldiers Memorial, Christ Church Cathedral will celebrate a service of Evensong honoring veterans.
I walked downstairs yesterday and spent time at our offrenda in the chapel area as well as the one assembled during Christian Education last Sunday.
We are the descendants of our strongest ancestors. Let us remember with gratitude all our familiar and Biblical relatives that came before us.
It was a “thin place.” A thin place … that’s what our Celtic ancestors called those places and moments where the seen and unseen worlds connect.
Read more about the two most recent podcasts featured on Jesus Hacked. Links to the episodes and their transcripts are included.
When I pull into the driveway of St. Martin’s, I say a three-part prayer. The last few days, our Pumpkin Patch and Fall Festival have been at the center.