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Black History Month. The Rev. George Freeman Bragg

Seven-minute video. This is the first in the 2022 series of four weekly videos remembering key African American figures in the Episcopal Church and beyond. A new video will be published each Thursday for four weeks starting February 10, 2022.

Lent resources for households

Three-minute read. Simple patterns give God space to touch our hearts. The companionship of a church family transforms the experience. We love Lent and live Lent through our senses and in our choices. A plan for being gives us a reason for doing. How do you want to be during Lent this year?

Lent resources for churches

Three-Minute read. Lent is not something we have to do alone. Despite the resurgence of COVID 19, in-person or online fellowship opportunities offered through the congregation and in the companionship of our church family transforms the experience and keep us connected.  

Hybrid Church – A Way Forward for Church Leaders

Three-minute read. In Hybrid Church – A Way Forward for Church Leaders, the Rev. Tim Schenck explores the changes that the church has adopted during the pandemic and the effects of these changes. These technological innovations are viewed by some as temporary stopgaps (to be given up when all of this is over), by others as welcome improvements that should be kept.

Mindful Eating

One-Minute read. As I reach for something on the go or hurry through a meal, it’s worth a few moments to regard what I eat in relation to my spiritual walk.

A Way to Pray: Icons

Three-Minute read. Icons bring us into prayer – conversation with God -with our eyes wide open.

Chalking the Door: A New Year House Blessing

Two-Minute read. Chalking the Door: With time the chalk will fade but the meaning of the written symbols can sink into the depths of our hearts and be made manifest in our words and actions.

Confirmation Classes in the Kansas City Metro Area

When: Every Sunday, January 9, through February 27, 2022, 9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
Where: Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, 415 W 13th St., Kansas City, MO 64105
For: Candidates for Confirmation in the Kansas City Metro Area.
Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral is excited to be hosting confirmation classes during the season of Epiphany and invites all baptized youth and college-age students who live nearby and are seeking to deepen their commitment to their faith journey to join them.

Meditation: rejoicing in your day

Two-Minute read. Especially now, in the bustle of building up to Christmas, this calming practice may be especially beneficial at the end of your day.

A Waiting Prayer

One-Minute read. It can be hard to wait … but this prayer can be helpful in reminding us how important it is to be on God’s time.

St. Augustine’s unusual round design dates back to the 4th Century

Four-minute read. If you have driven along Benton Boulevard, between E. 27th and E. 28th Street in Kansas City you will, no doubt, have noticed a large round brick building. This unique structure is St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church. Despite its unusual and modern appearance, St. Augustine’s design is inspired by the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, which dates back to the 4th Century.

Journey to Advent

15-minute read. Read daily meditations from the people of West Missouri through Advent to Christmas Day.

Advent resources

One-Minute read. In the weeks leading up to Christmas, families are spread thin. The resources in this post can support and bolster households, without adding to the burden families feel. While time spent at church is precious, we can do more to convey the wonder, mystery, and importance of the Christmas story.

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