Visio Divina: Divine Seeing

This blog post was written by the Rev. Wilfredo Benitez, Priest-in-Charge at St. John’s, Stamford Spiritual practices that go beyond our traditional church practices offer an exploration of Spirit that…

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…

Ask the Beasts

This reflection is written by the Rev. Tuesday Rupp, Rector of St. Paul’s, Woodbury. Last week while I was walking the dog, I was deeply preoccupied. I walked with my…

“The Nice Church Lady”

Post written by: Kelli Ray Gibson, ECCT’s Racial Justice Resource Coordinator Back in the spring of this year, Betty Silva’s, President of the Episcopal Church Women (ECW), president’s page message…

ECCT in the ‘Twenties’

Historical comparisons are useful for discerning the values of a given time period and for considering the similarities and differences that reveal historical change evident from one era to the…

A Parable

This blog was written and submitted by Elizabeth Terrill Lavalette, parishioner at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, Manchester. Jesus replied, “ the Son of Man is the farmer who plants the good…

Passion meeting passion: Video Reflection

Finding comfort and inspiration in conviction, dignity, and song: Remembering John Lewis, a reflection by Alden Rockwell Murphy of St. Ann’s, Old Lyme. This video reflection was published in the…

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…

Waterfall

This is a guest contributor post by Judy Benson, St. James’, New London. We also interviewed Judy Benson last year, read that interview here. Happenstance brought Angie and me to…