The direction in which Scripture points us is often counterintuitive, and it’s is almost always counter-cultural. The direction God points us ALWAYS asks us to be intentional about the seemingly small things.
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The Wisdom of the Trinity
Holy Communion UCity · The Rev. Mike Angell: The Wisdom of the Trinity What is the Trinity? The Difference between knowledge and Wisdom There is a bit of a joke in the practice of many Episcopal Churches around preaching and Trinity Sunday. The rector assigns this Sunday to some unsuspecting seminarian or assistant. Then theContinue reading “The Wisdom of the Trinity”
Complicating Mother’s Day
This Mother’s Day, I invited three mothers from our congregation to speak. This year, I’ve been reflected a great deal on motherhood and parenthood. What does it mean to nurture and care for all God’s children. I’m grateful to Debbie, Karen, and Emilee for their reflections.
Black History is Our History: Blessed Absalom Jones
As a kid, I couldn’t have told you who Absalom Jones was. I couldn’t have told you he was one of the earliest priests in our church, the first man born into slavery and the ordained. I could tell you about a whole bunch of white men. I could list many of the presidents who were Episcopalian…
Don’t settle for a partial history, because sometimes you need the saints you didn’t learn about in school.