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Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Gene Burrus

Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Gene Burrus Our theme during Lent is “On Your Mark, Get Set, GO!” The “mark” of the cross reminds us of our baptismal covenant where we are “marked and sealed as Christ’s own forever.” From this place of remembering, we find ourselves grounded or “set” in love and in the […]

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Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Jamie Baker

Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Jamie Baker Our theme during Lent is “On Your Mark, Get Set, GO!” The “mark” of the cross reminds us of our baptismal covenant where we are “marked and sealed as Christ’s own forever.” From this place of remembering, we find ourselves grounded or “set” in love and in the […]

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Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Peg Meek

Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Peg Meek Our theme during Lent is “On Your Mark, Get Set, GO!” The “mark” of the cross reminds us of our baptismal covenant where we are “marked and sealed as Christ’s own forever.” From this place of remembering, we find ourselves grounded or “set” in love and in the […]

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Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Jordan Cronin

Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Jordan Cronin Our theme during Lent is “On Your Mark, Get Set, GO!” The “mark” of the cross reminds us of our baptismal covenant where we are “marked and sealed as Christ’s own forever.” From this place of remembering, we find ourselves grounded or “set” in love and in the […]

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Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Ruth Whitehurst

Christmas Benevolence: A Story from Ruth Whitehurst Our theme during Lent is “On Your Mark, Get Set, GO!” The “mark” of the cross reminds us of our baptismal covenant where we are “marked and sealed as Christ’s own forever.” From this place of remembering, we find ourselves grounded or “set” in love and in the […]

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A Good Word from the Rector: Seeking Constancy Amid The Chaos

Dear Parish Family & Friends, Last Sunday evening, my wife and I took our children to Half-Price Books for one of the franchise’s “50%-Off-The-Highest-Item-In-Your-Cart” sales. We look forward to these Sundays that come a few times each year, but the first store we visited did not have anything that got our motors running. Rather than […]

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