The feast day of Joseph of Arimathaea Psalm 16:5-11 Genesis 23:3-9, 17-19 James 1:17-18 Luke 23:50-56 Today is the feast day of William Blake’s poem “Jerusalem,” set to Trinity Episcopal Church and a postulant to the priesthood in the Kirkepiscatoid. Detail of “Descent AgiaMarina” by Anonimous – Church of Agia Marina, Kalopanagiotis http://kypros.org/Byzantine/. Licensed under […]
Day: July 31, 2014
Over at the Endowed Parishes blog they’ve compiled a list of ideas for conducting a good staff meeting. Nothing earth shattering, but how about this one?
We have followed too much the devices and desires of our own hearts. – 1928 Book of Common Prayer Are smart phones eating away at our relationships? Or is “quiet time with devices” OK? Alaina Kleinbeck writing in Faith and Leadership:
Why is the US Episcopal church afraid of innovation and inclusive language in liturgy when The Church of England is responding creatively and expansively?
Beau Underwood relates his experience of bi-vocational ministry on Sojourners’