I hope you meditate on these readings and allow them to take root in your hearts. And then do the work of faith in action.
August 14th is the feast day of Jonathan Myrick Daniels, Seminarian and Witness for Civil Rights, in the Episcopal commemoration of saints.
By faith Abraham obeyed when he was called to set out for a place that he was to receive as an inheritance; and he set out, not knowing where he was going.
One year ago we formally began our lives walking together in discipleship after you and the incredible vestry here called me to be your priest-in-charge.
This Sunday in our gospel we will hear one of the two texts that helped shape what is probably the most familiar Christian prayer to most of us.
When we are neighbors to people—when we draw near to those who are in need, especially—the kingdom of heaven draws near to us.
Collect for Independence Day: Lord God Almighty, in whose Name the founders of this country won liberty for themselves and for us, and lit the torch fo freedom for nations then unborn: Grant that we and all the people of this land may have grace to maintain our liberties in righteousness and peace; through Jesus […]
May we join together in this holy work here in this place, sustained by the power of the Holy Spirit that calls us into community, no matter where we are.
When I was a kid going to Methodist Church camp in Oklahoma, we were taught a new song by a priest names Peter Scholtes, one that has now become a classic.
If you are a mother, or a mother-of-the-heart for someone, please take a flower, and know that we give thanks for your nurturing, healing, compassion.
As we continue with our celebration of Easter this Sunday, I hope you take some time to pray about where God is asking us to cast our nets.
Tonight we begin the three holiest nights of the Christian calendar, known as the “Triduum” in Latin. Join us tonight and throughout the rest of Holy Week.
This weekend, we begin the final week of Lent with our observation of Palm/Passion Sunday.
Lent has been an exceptionally busy time at St. Martin’s. As our Lenten season deepens, may we continue and expand our vibrant witness in the world.
This week is filled with activity here at St. Martin’s—both joyful and solemn. It is my privilege to walk with you in this journey of discipleship.