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You are

by the Rev. Katherine Bush   ​As a high school senior, I took an Advanced Composition class with Lois Strock.  I don’t think I have any of the stories or … Continue reading “You are”

“No worries. We’re all just doing the best we can these days.”

by the Ven. Mimsy Jones Ebet Peeples, Calvary’s Coordinator for Welcome and Community, texted those twelve words to me the day after I confessed to her that I had missed … Continue reading ““No worries. We’re all just doing the best we can these days.””

The Soul of Calvary

by the Rev. Paul McLain A musician on his deathbed last fall shared one of the most convincing proofs of the existence of God that I have ever heard. His … Continue reading “The Soul of Calvary”

Sabbath Attention

by the Rev. Scott Walters   Recently I heard a writer named Judith Shulevitz interviewed by Ezra Klein on sabbath keeping, which strikes me as a fine topic for consideration … Continue reading “Sabbath Attention”

Joseph

by the Rev. Paul McLain   When Ruthie and I lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, one of our favorite places to visit was a small Gothic church on the … Continue reading “Joseph”

Welcoming Worry

by the Rev. Scott Walters   Somewhere in southern Virginia, driving home from a wonderfully relaxing Thanksgiving in Richmond with our kids, I asked Ardelle if she wanted to listen … Continue reading “Welcoming Worry”

The Year I Played with a Full Deck

by the Ven. Mimsy Jones   Some of the best advice I have ever received came from a woman named Mary Jennings – Sister Mary Jennings, to be exact.   … Continue reading “The Year I Played with a Full Deck”

Stay Connected

by the Rev. Paul McLain   Since last Wednesday, I experienced the deaths of six persons in my circle of Calvary, previous parishes, and personal friendships. And some of you … Continue reading “Stay Connected”

Overriding the Default Setting

by the Rev. Scott Walters   “In the day-to-day trenches of adult life, there is actually no such thing as atheism. There is no such thing as not worshipping. Everybody … Continue reading “Overriding the Default Setting”

Triage Artistry

by the Rev. Paul McLain   During a recent conversation about the overload of tasks, information, distressing news, and distractions that so many of us are experiencing these days, a … Continue reading “Triage Artistry”

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