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Going to the chapel: weddings for non-members

please don’t say you’re going to be active members after the wedding if you truly haven’t made that commitment. My experience is that if you aren’t active for at least a year before the wedding, you likely won’t be active after the wedding – although I know there are exceptions. I’d rather you be honest.

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Preaching from the heart

The Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Kaeton at her blog Telling Secrets, challenges herself to preach without a text or notes in Preaching from the Heart: I’ve tried

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On the wrong side of Vespers

Martha Spong writes in Christian Century about attending her daughter’s glee club performance. How she found herself at Vespers with “O Holy Night” sung on the inside and

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