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Rector's Weekly Message

In Transition

While I can point to and account for many wonderful and meaningful encounters and events and proclamations, it is what happens next in the life of this community that is the most meaningful to me

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Rooted in Gratitude

That is our theme for stewardship this year.
Rooted in Gratitude: Imagining, emerging, reaffirming!

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Today's Gratitude

Halloween Spooktacular

Looking for a way to celebrate Halloween this year that doesn’t involve handing out candy? Tune in at 7:00 pm on Sunday, October 31, as our Halloween Harpsichord & Organ Spooktacular is live-streamed through our channels. Or come watch it in person – with a mask, of course, and a costume if you wish! There will be scary poems by Edgar Allen Poe, Louise Erdrich, and others read aloud between creepy and “spooktacular” organ and harpsichord pieces, played by Hannah Brewer. It’ll be a frightful night to remember!

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Our Prayer Lives

Several of my recent sermons here in the transition from summer to fall have revolved around the theme of prayer – sometimes concrete practices, sometimes more general reflections. I sometimes wonder if it’s wise to preach about prayer, because inevitably the topic will bring up many questions and conversations, and it can feel more nurturing to address these in small groups or other settings tailored specifically for new learning and growth. I’m reminded of this when someone remarks after a sermon, “Oh, I’ve been praying all wrong!” or “I’ve never had an experience like that!”

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Burrito Love

Since September 2020, on the last Saturday of each month, Burrito Love has been on a mission to provide a nutritional sack lunch to our community neighbors. As you walk in the neighborhood, you may notice Burrito Love flyers posted for the event on telephone poles. Included with each sack are cookies and a chilled bottle of water. The Super Torta restaurant on Woodstock provides the burritos at a significantly reduced cost.

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