By Holly Boone For the first time since the pandemic waned, a good crowd filled the Great Hall at Have a Heart this past Sunday evening. The room was lovely, thanks to Alice Foreman’s flower art and charming decor, and the little lights Gieth hung for us. There was a ton of great food, and
Discover the transformative power of silence this Lenten season. We invite you to participate in a practice of 20 minutes of daily silence. Why silence? In the quiet, we uncover a space for reflection and introspection. This Lenten practice offers an opportunity to disconnect from the noise of daily life, fostering a deeper connection with
In this video, Doyt reflects on emerging themes in the Book of Leviticus.
In this video, Doyt reflects on emerging themes in the Book of Exodus.
In this video, Doyt reflects on the story of Isaac and Ishmael.
In this video, Doyt asks: why do we read the Bible? He also summarizes the first Friday Bible Study with the Rector of the new season.
Dear Epiphany, Our second walking pilgrimage of the summer has now come to an end. Nine pilgrims began walking in Melrose, Scotland. We walked part of the Borders Abbeys Way stopping to reflect at Melrose Abbey, Dryburgh Abbey, Kelso Abbey, and Jedburgh Abbey. From Jedburgh we continued our walk along St. Cuthbert’s Way out
Dear Epiphany, Words cannot describe how glorious your Epiphany choir sounded at Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London. I heard over and over again from people who attend Evensong at Saint Paul’s regularly and over the years, that this was one of the best visiting choirs that they had heard sing Evensong there. And mind you,
You are invited to join us at the 2023 Men’s Retreat on October 6-8 at beautiful St. Andrew’s House on Hood Canal. Need convincing? Here are three terrific reasons to join us at the Men’s Retreat: 2023 MEN’S RETREAT SPEAKER AND FACILITATOR, BROTHER DENNIS GIBBS. Brother Dennis Gibbs has a compelling personal story of heartbreak