The Sacred Spaces Project

The Sacred Spaces Project

One of the ways in which rituals do their work (convey meaning, provide comfort) is through their consistency. We do the same thing in our ritual practice over and over again and our rituals shape us through that consistency. As we think about going through Holy Week...
Seeing God in the Routine

Seeing God in the Routine

This past Sunday was the Fourth Sunday in Lent. It was also the second Sunday without congregations gathering together in person for public worship.  As far as a name for a liturgical season goes, that’s a mouth full.  But before this day arrived my family, like...
Seeing God in the Routine

Good Things Come

“Good things come to those who wait.” It is a hard saying, whether or not you are waiting for a sip of Guinness at the day’s end, or for a splash of ketchup to land on your cheeseburger. In this season of Lent, we are waiting for good things. We are waiting for the...
Lament, Loss, and Longing

Lament, Loss, and Longing

Scripture has much to show us about the presence of God in the midst of our loss. As we received the announcement this week from our bishop, The Rt. Rev. Robert Skirving, that public worship would be suspended through April it hit me that we are not going to be...

Worship under Quarantine

For those that have found their way to this page: Welcome! One thing that I have found deeply meaningful during this time has been writing. I’ve always enjoyed writing but somehow it ceased to be a part of my spiritual discipline, can I blame my 3 children? One great...