Last Thursday, I joined the Rev. Rachel Field, the South Central Region Missionary, for a visit to the Dudley Community Garden while she and her partner picked up a roto-tiller from the farm. The community garden occupies just a sliver of the ten-acre Dudley Farm in North Guilford.
Today our guest is the Rt. Rev. Dr. Carol Gallagher, Regional Canon for the Central Region of the Diocese of Massachusetts.
With the collaborative effort of the Rev. Rowena Kemp, architect Duo Dickinson, the Rev. Puck Purnell, woodworker Tom Leary, and the administrative team and one resident at Seabury, four hanging quilted tapestries were installed within a year.
Today Coffee Hour at The Commons is on the road again, in Bristol, at Shepard Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center. It’s on land donated to the Episcopal Church in Connecticut to be used for ministry, which is an expression of God’s love, and that’s certainly what’s going on here.
It is empowering to meet someone who knows that they are doing exactly what God has called them to do. That is the case with Dr. Jerry Davidson.
It seems that retreating or resting has become such a rarity that it requires a reward. But, it is essential, nay it is biblical, to incorporate retreat and rest into your weekly life. The desire for an extended vacation is a reaction to the deprivation of rest from our common lives.
Today is International Women’s Day, so today we’re going to talk about an upcoming United Nations session focused on women and girls. Our guest, Lois Frankforter, is not only an active lay Episcopalian but a leader in a historic and international Episcopal organization serving girls and women.
In honor of World Mission Sunday in March, I had coffee with three men from St. John’s parish in Essex and talked about their relationship with the country of Mozambique, the Diocese of Lebombo, and Bishops Dinis Sengulane and Carlos Matsinhe.
Episode 38: The Way of Love with Jerusalem Greer
I’ve lived a privileged life of callings. In middle school, I learned what it meant to be a counselor, and being a young woman raised in the church, I took this as a sign and began voraciously and zealously pursuing a higher education in psychology, starting with a Christian college.