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Lenten book discussion and reflection guide

One-minute read. This reading guide was developed to be used weekly during the five weeks of Lent in-between, Ash Wednesday and Holy Week.

Lenten Resources for Church and Home

One-Minute read. Encourage a meaningful Lenten experience at home and in the congregation by using highly recommended and easy to use resources that stir our souls to….

Chalking the Door: A New Year House Blessing

Three-Minute read. Start 2023 by Chalking the Door as a way to celebrate and physically mark God’s blessing on our lives and home throughout the year.

Lift Every Voice and Sing: more than a mere hymn

Five-minute read. Many of the hymns in the Hymnal 1982 have very interesting histories. However, hymn 599 stands out as one that embodies the history of African American people.

Kwanzaa – a celebration of African-American Culture

One-minute read. Kwanzaa is an annual celebration of African-American culture from December 26 to January 1, culminating in a communal feast called Karamu, usually on the sixth day.

Direct communication builds trust and strengthens relationships

Two-minute read. During Diocesan Convention it was my pleasure as Vice President of Diocesan Council to share the hard work that’s been done throughout the past eleven months toward rebuilding trust, improving communication, and adopting a solid plan for ministry driven by mission and vision. Read on to find out more.

Be SMART for the Holidays

One-minute read. The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is here again – along with the planning, the prepping and the packing. If you’re one of the millions of families who will be visiting family or friends this year, there’s one important thing you need to add to your holiday checklist: talking about responsible gun storage.

On the Cusp of Advent

Two-minute read. On the cusp of Advent, Ordinary Time winds to a close. What has Ordinary Time held for you?

Resources to Nurture a Meaningful Advent

One-minute read. Nurture a meaningful Advent at church and home. There is no shortage of excellent (and easy to use) resources. Just in case you didn’t see our earlier article, it’s not too late to explore some favorites…

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