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Feast of the Epiphany

Procession of the Magi and Holy Eucharist, January 6, 2022

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Reflections

Lead Us to Your Presence: Epiphany

This day of Epiphany a longing to draw near to God and to one another manifests within and around me. Today we remember and celebrate …

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Reflections

A Hymn by Any Other Name

With thanks to Paul Cienniwa, organist, for this reflection. You may have noticed a change to how hymns are being presented in the Sunday bulletin. …

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Reflections

Praying the O Antiphons

Christmas carols, Advent wreaths, Christmas trees, Midnight Mass, and ginger cookies — Whether they are family or Church customs, the many traditions associated with the …

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Reflections

Veni Veni

“O Come, O Come, Emmanuel…” is probably the oldest Christmas carol still sung today.  The original version dating back to the 9th century was sung …

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Reflections

Hark, A Thrilling Voice is Sounding

Thursday Reflection December 2, 2021 Hark a Thrilling Voice is Sounding One of the joys of being Episcopalian is the hymnody.   A second is …

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May we all have the courage to love, to be vulnerable and to find the rest for our souls by following Christ’s way of mercy and opening to His grace.

Mother Elizabeth
Thursday, August 6th, 2020