on my current vocational limitations, finding grace in the midst, & family at Christmastime.
today: Covenant Blog . CLICK HERE
Posted in community, depression, Eucharist, faith, family |
Tagged call, Covenant, Family, ordination, priesthood, The Living Church, vocation |
A few months ago, that I’d never been drawn to pastoral work, which isn’t quite true. Growing up in the church, “pastor” meant “middle aged white man.” I wrote Continue reading
Posted in church, community, Eucharist, Professional Woman, reflection |
Tagged blessing, church work, Eucharist, gnosticism, pastoral care, priesthood, Psalm 23, sacrament |
My grandfather died on a Monday. Continue reading
a week ago today, I celebrated Eucharist at a nursing home in Bloomington, Minnesota. Continue reading
I’ve written about china before.
This was a part of my personality that didn’t come out till I left home and established my own nest, but it seems I inherited more than my mother’s penchant for period literature–I’m obsessed with dishware and love to throw a really good party, just like my mom does.
Posted in community, Eucharist, family, food, liturgy, relationships, worship |
Tagged Christmas dinner, community, entertaining, Eucharist, food, Friendly Village, party, Thanksgiving |