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liturgical calendar

The rhythm of faith and life

One of the things I love about being part of a liturgical church is that the rhythm of the church year teaches me new stuff about the ongoing life of faith.  In the context of writing a sermon recently, I was reflecting on it again.  This is the bit that didn’t get into the sermon: Continue reading The rhythm of faith and life

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Advent week 4: Pentecost and Community

Every now and then, I have a conversation with someone about the importance of engaging in a faith community of some kind.  Sometimes the sense is that folks want to get ‘other things sorted out first’ before focusing on things like spiritual development or faith community.  I hear things like, “I need to get organized with school,” or “I need to first find a job and get my finances a bit more stable.”   Continue reading Advent week 4: Pentecost and Community