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Reflection on God and War

By parishioner Skip Moreland This reflection was an outgrowth from the Who Is Our Neighbor: Refugee Edition Forum session called "Afghanistan

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How Do I Say Thank You? A Letter from Rev. Barbi Click at the Trinity Food Ministry

Dear precious friends, (and I do consider you very special friends)This thank you is for all of you who have in one way or another participated

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Emerging Food Ministry

by Donna Bernert, Coordinator of Service and Justice Bishop Deon has given the people of St. Francis' a new directive to go out into our community

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Reflection from Rev. Laurie

Dear People of St. Francis', It is often said that "evangelism" is a dirty word in the Episcopal Church. My reply to that would be, "not at St. Fr

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State of the Congregation this Coming Sunday at Forum

Dear People of St. Francis', We are accustomed to hearing a State of the Union Address from our President each winter. Many of us are familiar wit

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Reflection from Rev. Laurie+: How do you decide what you are willing or unwilling to share in doing God’s work?

Dear People of St. Francis', All through August we depart from Mark’s gospel in the Lectionary and explore the analogy of Bread and Body with Jo

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Reflection on Bread of Life Discourse

Dear People of St. Francis' The Greek philosopher Aristotle taught that happiness consists of contemplation and virtuous acts. If this is true, th

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Reflection from Rev. Laurie+

Dear People of St. Francis' This week a parishioner sent me a letter in which he said: I have been reading Karen Armstrong's The Lost Art of Sc

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Reflection on Caring for God’s Creation

By Marsha Smith, Chair of Grounds Committee Discussions about our congregation’s values and how our church building and grounds can reflect them

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Reflection: Returning and Remembering

Dear People of St. Francis,  Masks are off or optional in many settings. I listen to your summer plans and hear long delayed lunche

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