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Thursday, July 30

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I will not allow my eyes to sleep, * nor let my eyelids slumber; Until I find a place for the LORD, * a dwelling for the Mighty One of Jacob.” Psalm 132:4-5 (BCP) altar the heart each night before sleep The Rev. Ann Fontaine, Interim Vicar,what the tide brings in. She is the…(Read More)

Peter and Paul

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We celebrate two of our great founders today, Peter and Paul. The iconography of their friendship is an image of unity in diversity as well as a picture of reconciliation after conflict and, maybe, competition…(Read More)

Psalms

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We begin today’s readings in Psalm 120, with the cry for deliverance “from lying lips and from the deceitful tongue. [From] the sharpened arrows of a warrior, along with hot glowing coals…(Read More)

Peter’s Failures

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There is a temptation in failure to allow conscience and pride to turn a transient and momentary failure into something permanent and defining. Peter’s resilience is a model for us…(Read More)

Sunday, June 26

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I called to God in my distress; * God answered by setting me free. Psalm 118:5 Looking for lost keys to locked doors, I did not see the window…(Read More)

Saturday, June 25

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While he was still speaking, suddenly a crowd came, and the one called Judas, one of the twelve, was leading them. He approached Jesus to kiss him; but Jesus said to him, ‘Judas, is it with a kiss that you are betraying the Son of Man?’ When those who were around him saw what was…(Read More)

Nativities

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With the birth of a baby, hope springs anew. What shall this little one become? What shall he see? What will she do? What changes will come? Hope springs anew. We imagine possibilities; we prophecy…(Read More)

Samuel’s Warning

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In our reading from 1 Samuel today, Samuel warns the people what they will get if they choose a king to rule over them rather than choosing God’s rule. The king will have retainers and advance men, laborers for his benefit and for the means of war, luxuries and prime real estate, the best…(Read More)

Take, Bless, Break, Give

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Take. Bless. Break. Give. The four-fold action of the Eucharist is something that has become profoundly important to me. It is a pattern for life…(Read More)

Gamaliel

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With a poignancy that bordered on despair, he closed his testimony with the argument from Gamaliel that we read today from Acts 5…(Read More)

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