St. B's Blog
Growing up in an evangelical Presbyterian church I had never understood Lent until I was in college. I do not mean to suggest that my parents or the pastors did not know about Lent, but it was not something observed in our church and is largely ignored in Presbyterian communities. As I studied ...
For many of us, New Year’s Day is an opportunity to readjust our priorities. We make lists, plans, and resolutions, determined to be different this year. We do this with good intentions, but our focus often is askew. We evaluate ourselves in the light of our desires and ...
Advent begins Next Sunday, November 27Pray With Us in December
Advent is the season that occurs the four weeks before Christmas. It is the beginning of the liturgical year and a season of intentional preparation, prayer, and reflection.
The staff invite you to join them for compline this Advent ...
Easter Greetings from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry.
“This world does not need another fairy tale,” says the Presiding Bishop. “This week’s story of crucifixion and resurrection is not a fairy tale.”
You can read Bishop Curry's message ...
An Invitation to Live the Story this Holy Week
Please join us for the Liturgy of the Resurrection that begins on Palm Sunday and concludes with Easter Sunday.
Palm Sunday, March 20, 8:30 & 10:30 a.m. Live the story by processing with a palm branch and singing hosanna; by ...