Finding Wholeness in the Sabbath

By Joyce Palevitz I have been thinking a lot recently about what it means to observe the Sabbath. I’ve returned to some books that have guided me along the way in the past 10 years or so: Abraham Joshua Heschel’s “The Sabbath” provides grounding in Sabbath-keeping from a Jewish perspective.…

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Of Rocks, the Bible, and Other Sacred Things

By Ellen Jockusch The highlight of my summer, from when I was age 9 to 17, was spending a week at Camp Capers, the camp of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas.  It’s hard to overstate how excited I was as it got closer to the date my parents would…

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SNACKTIME/SOCIAL/SHOW & TELL

Leader: Amanda Wischkaemper Thursdays, June 18 – August 6, 10:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m on Zoom. Registration: Please register here, and Zoom will send you a link. Grab a snack and join your church friends online! We’ll share art and work in response to the previous Sunday’s Children’s Chapel, while we catch…

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Wise Action Springs from Prayer

These are days of collective outrage and mourning. Deathly injustices and waves of protests across the country have jolted us. We grieve with those who grieve the killing of George Floyd. We say the names of those who have died as a result of systematic racism and police brutality. We…

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