I am finding that there are more and more days when I feel like I am losing my sense time. I didn’t say much about that odd feeling of losing track of the days at first, but I have started asking my wife, “What day is it?” Well, my wife has started telling me it is… Read More Groundhog Day in September?
The pandemic has had huge impact in our lives and our community, the ministry of St. George’s has had to adapt to do our best to continue to minister to you, our parish family, and to provide support in the community. We have added these online Sunday videos, to provide a relevant message of faith,… Read More Balance in Tough Times
I know we are all feeling penned in, having been encouraged to social distance and with much of the commercial and public spaces closed. With parts of our community re-opening, even if in a heavily restricted way, their is a strong urge to break free of our physical limits and restrictions. I certainly feel it. … Read More Welcoming God
The Lord’s Prayer is a gift for us as followers of Jesus. When Jesus’ disciples asked him to help them to pray, this prayer is what he taught them. That makes it pretty powerful a prayer for us. I mentioned the Lord’s Prayer in my post on Sunday, as I reflected on a parent in… Read More Praying Prayers and the Lord’s Prayer
Our world is in need and so God is already at work, loving caring and supporting. I have talked about the ways folks in our parish have be working to keep each other connected and supported during this period of required separation. Especially, the calls folks are making to those who are alone in this… Read More Good Friday – God is at Work, loving, caring, and supporting.