What if I were to start each day as if it were fresh and new?
What if today were not being run by yesterday? Continue reading
6 Pentecost—Proper 11-A
July 20, 2014
Psalm 139: 1-11, 22-23
Matthew 13:24-30, 36-46
Jacob has every reason to be on the move. He’s stolen the blessing of his blind father Isaac which rightfully belongs to his older brother Esau and Esau is furious!
In Genesis 27: 42-45 we hear:
42…Rebekah…called her younger son Jacob and said to him, “Your brother Esau is consoling himself by planning to kill you. Continue reading
I was fortunate enough to attend my 13th conference of the Association of Anglican Musicians last week in Washington, DC. I went two days early, to finish out my 2 year commitment as secretary on the AAM Board, at our pre-conference board meeting. Continue reading
The British May Be Coming! As many of you know, All Saints’ has hosted the Concert Band from St. Peter’s Collegiate School in Wolverhampton, England three times. Continue reading
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2014 Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts Deanery Grant Information
The grants listed below were approved at the May 2014 Merrimack Valley Deanery Meeting: Continue reading
Sending Serving Grants
The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts awards Sending Serving grant funds to support domestic and international programs that enhance the outreach ministries of congregations through new or existing programs. These programs support the vitality of congregations, youth and urban-ethnic-multicultural ministries. Collaborative projects are encouraged. Grant awards must have a matching funding component. Continue reading
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