Our Episcopal Church today is an international structure, yet it is still in the image of the church in the United States of America. The Canons of the Church in Haiti, The Dominican Republic or Honduras reflect the American form of governance, liturgical practices and theological positions in almost every area of the faith. Exploring the possibility of granting the greatest possible autonomy to our overseas churches would offer a more powerful testimony of the spirit of Anglicanism.
Day: September 15, 2019
We discuss Jesus’ teachings about joy and abundance in God’s pursuit of our healing and wellness from this week’s gospel reading
“In some traditions silver is the colour of reflection. The silver coins invite us to further reflection. We might be able to notice a missing person, or something like that. But, can we see the things missing from our interior lives?”
God can be hard to find in the noise and distraction; but is hard to miss in the small still moments of our lives
Jordan and Luci talk about this 4th century desert mother
The moments of our days are not unlike the stones of the planet. Some are beautiful and translucent. Some are smooth while others need their sharp edges in order to catch the light. Some have a quiet mystery and others convey colors every bit as vibrant as the flowers of a garden.