Reflections

What is the Bible?

At Tuesday’s Family Chapel, we began to explore the complicated collection of writings we call the Bible. We started the conversation by asking, “When you walk into a bookstore or library, what section appeals to […]

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Worship on the lawn

Face-to-Face Worship, 10AM on the Lawn Worship on our lawn resumed at our September 13th “Lucky 13 Ingathering.” Holy Communion on the lawn will be celebrated every Sunday, 10AM, weather permitting! Based on current conditions, […]

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Speaking of Freedom

A Letter to the Churchfrom Kelly Brown Douglas, Stephanie Spellers, and Winnie Varghese On this day, July 4th, our country celebrates its Independence. Our Episcopal Church also marks this as a major Feast Day, a […]

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Jesus Walk With Me

Back in April of 2019, eight of us from St. Elisabeth’s traveled to Alabama for a pilgrimage centered on civil rights and racial justice. We spent time at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church and Kelly […]

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A Call for Christian Action

What can white, privileged Christians do to dismantle racism and injustice in America? How do we live out our Baptismal Promise to strive for justice and peace and respect the dignity of every human being? […]