Lent – Day 30: Embracing Diversity


The late, great Archbishop Ted Scott talked a lot about ‘unity in diversity.’ The former primate of the Anglican Church of Canada had a keen awareness of who we are as church. The defining feature for Archbishop Scott… Read More

Lent – Day 29: A Reflection of Love


I love the wonder of a child. On Sunday I was so happy to see our little Godson Peter at church. He is such a precious treasure. Having even a few minutes with Peter is a gift. Have… Read More

Lent – Day 28: When the Priest Turns Purple, we have Bishop!


I was taking note the other day that I have beer in my fridge that has mountains on the label that turn blue when the beer is at the proper temperature for consummation…..hmmmmm….then I noted that my razor… Read More

Lent – Day 27: If God is with us, Who can stand against us?


Are we aware of how very much we are cared for by the love of God who holds us in the midst of all things? Can we comprehend how very deep Gods love for us is? It can… Read More

Catching Up


Well I had a good run. Right up to Day 20 of Lent without breaking the discipline. Truth is, I had my sister Helen and her husband Gary for a visit and took of Days 22-26 from the… Read More

Lent – Day 21: Stillness


This note comes late for day 20 of Lent. It is word from Henri Nouwen: "Be still and acknowledge that I am God" (Psalm 46:10). These are words to take with us in our busy lives. We may… Read More

Lent – Day 20: Sister Crabgrass


Last spring and summer I had to put some work back into the Rectory lawns. I had something called grubs in the front lawn that pretty much decimated the lawn. In the back, things were a little better… Read More

LENT – DAY 19; A LIGHT UNTO MY PATH


I have been reading the lectionary readings throughout Lent. This morning’s readings include Psalm 119:97-120. In that Psalm is the famous words of verse 105; “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.”… Read More

Lent – Day 18: Daisy, Zoe, Haley and Dryden


You think dogs will not be in heaven?  I tell you, they will be there long before any of us. – These words of Robert Louis Stevenson are likely true. The truth is, I never really liked dogs. In… Read More

Lent – Day 17: Children and Church


Yesterday we had an Intergenerational Mass. The kids from the Sunday School were in church and participated fully. It was GREAT to have the whole church community together. I am glad to say that we are planning to… Read More

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