Proud to Support LGBTQIA+ Pride

This blog post was written by the Rev. Helena Martin, Missional Curate at St. Paul’s, Southington. My eyes scanned the faces of the forty or so people gathered, all looking…

Surrender

Poem by Allison Brown, member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Shelton. If it were up to me I would have kept going;going and going from meeting to gatheringreally anything…

Uncertainty

This blog post is written by Marion Williams, Trinity Episcopal Church, Lime Rock, and was originally published in a newsletter for her place of employment. It has been slightly adjusted…

GOOD FRIDAY

Good Friday Poem by Julie Harris, member of Christ Episcopal Church in Guilford. Today marksthe end of my fourth weekof self-isolation. I wake with little hopeof a Resurrection Until I heara radio interview with…

COVID-19 Reflections, part 3

Onto part 3 of the COVID-19 Reflections, submitted by folks from all over ECCT. Thank you to all who have submitted, here are just a few more. Please, keep submitting! …

COVID-19 Reflections, part 2

Here is part two of the COVID-19 Reflections, submitted by folks from all over ECCT. Thank you to all who have submitted, here are just a few more. More to come next week! So please, keep them coming!

COVID-19 Reflections, part 1

We asked folks from all over ECCT to submit reflections on their experiences during this time of quarantine, physical distancing, and uncertainty. We asked where you see God in this, what you are learning, and how you are caring for yourself in this time. We were overwhelmed with the response of essays, videos, poems, and more.

Here are some of the reflections, more to come next week.

Feeding of the 3000

*Please note the update from the Rev. Kim Litsey at the end of this article. It was written prior to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. The Lenten Fish and Chips Dinner…