More committees and commissions have added their reports to the Blue Book for General Convention. Available now are: Standing Commission for Small Congregations– posted 3/27/15 Standing Commission on Lifelong Christian Formation and Education– posted 3/27/15 Standing Commission on Health– posted 3/27/15 Standing Commission on Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations– posted 3/27/15 Standing Commission on Anglican and […]
Day: March 28, 2015
The South Dakota Capital Journal reports on a monthly hymn sing that helps keep Dakota language alive: …recently, for Native Americans who grew up speaking and hearing the Dakota language of the eastern Sioux tribes spoken, St. Peter’s is also a red door back into that crucial part of their culture. It’s at St. Peter’s Episcopal […]
These words and images are gathered with respect, playfulness, and reverence for life. Our hope is to open conversations among people of many persuasions who have more in common than we often realize.
In 2014, Earth Hour broke all records of mass participation by mobilising hundreds of millions of people to become everyday super heroes for the planet and was celebrated in 162 countries and territories and over 7000 cities and towns.
Lent and Holy Week are about Jesus but it is also about us. It’s about our mortality and the promise of rest and resurrection. Perhaps the sound of the requiem is to be a comfort to us. The march to the cross leads not to a requiem but rather a celebration of life.