Posts by Barbara Hutchinson (Page 2)
Friends gathered to learn how to make some very special desserts for Christmas and to make some really impressive-looking cookies, under the guidance and direction of Jane Offner. It was a time of real enjoyment as preparation for Christmas began!
A wonderful way to spend the day– with friends, sharing communion, and embracing God’s glorious creation.
A glorious service celebrating our veterans and raising awareness of where God’s love and healing are needed in our world.
A quiet service of prayer, chanting, and communion.
“Do not be afraid any longer, only believe.” Mark 5:36 This is the line Jesus gives the synagogue official Jairus to tell him to relax in the midst of horrific tragedy – the serious illness of the man’s young daughter. At the opening of the story, Jarius comes to Jesus during a large gathering by the seashore to compel him to come to see the girl. You can almost sense the anxiety and commotion around the official’s arrival. Jesus stands…
Jesus gathered people to worship, to share a meal — and that’s how our love is spread. .
If that doesn’t show us that God is with us— I don’t know what will!
Finally, we have safe and even sidewalks along Prince Street!
Our young people, being formed in their faith.
Engaging in the sacrament of Holy Eucharist is central to the lives of all Christians and is offered each week in the Episcopal Church. Part of our joy and responsibility as Christians is to enter more fully into this sacrament, to meet with intention and awareness the Presence of Christ, and to dwell in the holiness which nourishes, sustains, and saves us. This past Sunday we offered an Instructed Eucharist, which meant two things: 1) the bulletin contained information about…
We gathered in companionship and prayer, seeking a deeper connection with each other and with God. This past week, we were guided in conversation and spirituality by Deacon Marsha Roscoe, a Lutheran Deacon and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of our Diocesan Stevenson School for Ministry. We began our conversation by sharing how we name God in our prayers, for that can tell us a great deal about what we believe about God. We also shared, of course, that…