Monthly Archives: October 2013

ancient prayer for the ancient of days

The Christian church is grounded on the practice of daily corporate prayer.  The Sunday celebration of the resurrection is certainly the primary occasion for worship, and our own private prayers are deeply interwoven into our everyday lives.           But there is … Continue reading

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acolytes can show radical welcome, too

Those of you who watch the acolytes carefully each Sunday may have noticed that we had some new recruits.  We can sometimes forget how nervous young teenagers can feel as they robe up for the first time and stand in … Continue reading

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Dogs! Cats! Evangelism! All in one post.

To all you dogs and cats: don’t miss St. Andrew’s Blessing of the Animals this Sunday, Oct. 6th, at 4:30 on the lawn! This wonderful post from Carol Barnwell from 2012 reminds us not to miss the great opportunities for … Continue reading

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