1) A new seating area! Two Sundays ago, we moved our coffee hour to the Cloister Room, a more intimate space toward the front of our building. The Great Hall was already prepared for a Mother’s Day brunch and we certainly couldn’t cancel our coffee hour! Those of us who sat in the comfortable chairs […]
St. Stephen’s Blog
We often define the word politics too narrowly. In our daily usage, we often make politics stand in for arguing cronyism control Machiavellian manipulation ideology political parties advocacy particular legislation particular candidates for office We can mean any of these things or all of them at the same time. The poor person we’re talking to […]
Come worship with us this Wednesday! We will gather at noon and 6 pm in our chapel.
Remember that you are dust Each year, after the Christmas memories are made, and the Light that has come into the world has chased away the darkness, we gather on an otherwise nondescript Wednesday. And that day, as we go about like any other day, we are invited to stop and reflect on our own […]
Unless you are living under a rock, you have by now heard about the Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury and their condemning of the Episcopal Church a couple of weeks ago. We had three very lively conversations after church a couple of weeks ago which gave many of you a chance to ask questions and get […]
Joseph also went from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to the city of David called Bethlehem, because he was descended from the house and family of David. When we tell the birth story of Jesus, we speak of this unlikely couple with a very unlikely pregnancy; a trip to Bethlehem with its […]
“God Isn’t Fixing This” the headline reads. You may have seen this by now. It’s the headline on the cover of The New York Daily News dealing with the mass shooting in San Bernardino at a social services center. The scene itself, which involved a manhunt and a shootout taking hours, was itself deeply disturbing. And given the […]