June 30, 2020

Image: Barbara Ryther Molting Poem Barbara Diamond   I cannot feel my skin and hair fall off, But all of us are crumbling creatures still. Consider now the crab, the snake, the frog, The lobster, lizard, goldfinch, bighorn sheep.   All molt their outer layers to grow...

June 24, 2020

Image:Barbara Ryther   Someone wrote recently that it’s as if we’re all sitting on a spider web, and if there’s a tug on one part we all feel it. It’s an interesting image. A web can look fragile but in fact be very strong. One part of it may break, but the whole...

May 27, 2020

Image:Barbara Ryther Compline has Become My SolaceBarbara Kautz Fifty years ago I was a 2LT in the Army Nurse Corps, assigned to a neuro-surgical ICU in Vietnam, working 12-hour shifts, six days a week in a windowless Quonset hut. Our ICU was considered the worst...

May 20, 2020

Image:Nina Bisognani The Rocky BeachSudie Blanchard When first birthedFrom its mother rockEach stone was sharp, jagged, unbending. Now, eons of storms and pounding surfHave rounded the edges,Smoothed the surfaces. Each stone different.Some black, others white—Speckled...

Service Bulletins

Read along with our streamed services 4/5/20 Bulletin for The Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday  Video Stream 3/29/20 Bulletin for the Fifth Sunday in Lent Video Stream  3/22/20 Bulletin for the Fourth Sunday in Lent Video Stream...

Welcoming Our New Rector!

On September 10 the Vestry voted to approve the search committee’s recommendation to call Rev. Ryan Mails to be our next Rector. In a joint meeting with the Vestry, the search committee co-chairs, Robert Palmer and Janie Sweeney, reviewed the search process,...