Dwell is one of my favorite words. It sounds a little old-fashioned, or maybe like a word from a fairy tale, conjuring a hidden home in the woods. In the Bible, it’s repeated all the way through from dwelling in tents to sparrows dwelling near the altar to Christ dwelling in the world
Do you know about the Merlin app? If not, I have a wonderful tip for you. Merlin is a free global bird guide for birds in the US, Canada, and Europe, the perfect companion for summer travels as well as staycations. I learned about it this spring from my friend Barbara, a seasoned naturalist.
In our Praying the Psalms class on Sunday mornings, we have discussed two of the images often depicted in the Psalms – the pit and the wings. The pit is the place in which people are put to render them null and void. It is the place where we are reduced to powerlessness. It is
Calvary received a call from the police Tuesday morning to tell us that the stolen truck had been located on a residential street in Raleigh! Rector Scott Walters and Organist-Choirmaster Kristin Lensch raced (while obeying speed limit laws, we are sure) to the scene and discovered that most of our organ pipes were still located inside the truck.
Memphis, Tenn., May 15, 2023 – Sometime during the night or early morning of May 13-14, a 26-foot yellow Penske moving truck, license plate T65589 MA, loaded with around 2,000 historic organ pipes was stolen from Calvary Episcopal Church.
Lately, I’ve been thinking about the word flourish. This morning, I finished up a stool I made with a scrap of cyprus, the last bit of several thick planks I retrieved from my friend Robert’s shop on South Main before he sold it to a developer and moved to Franklin. The board was pretty
Calvary Episcopal Church is seeking a caring and nurturing individual to join our nursery team and work on Sunday mornings from 7:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Additional childcare opportunities may become available as we continue to expand our program offerings.
We wish Brian Campbell friendly skies as he leaves Calvary to pull and flip a different set of knobs and levers. He will pursue a full-time career as a pilot with SkyWest Airlines this month. Sunday, May 14, will be his last Sunday.
These words, attributed to Albert Camus, the Algerian-born French philosopher, author, journalist, and recipient of the 1957 Nobel Peace Prize in Literature, have seen me through many a ‘harsh winter.’