Category Archives: contemplation

A Thursday

In keeping with ancient tradition, we treat the period from the Maundy Thursday gathering through the first Easter celebration as one uninterrupted service of worship. Together, these “three days” represent Pascha (Hebrew “pesach,” or “Passover”), the great saving act of … Continue reading

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Calling, Contentment, and Consideration part 1

The other night I was woken up around eleven in the evening by screen doors being opened and shut in the apartment complex right behind our bedroom. Probably two or three different people and there was about seven or eight … Continue reading

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