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We All Belong

Today, I was posting the weekly installment of Sunday Thoughts for a Monday World on the website for my faith community. Today’s Gospel lesson can be interpreted in various ways, but to me, its a story of someone who is … Continue reading

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Out Loud

Today, with great joy, I had the privilege of announcing the call of a new rector for the church community that I so dearly love. This is the happy news I have holding in my heart, and it has been … Continue reading

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Unruly Rules

I have an interesting relationship with rules. By my nature, I am not adversarial or oppositional. I am basically a nice, lovable nerd. But I also dislike the nature of rules…especially when rules are used as a proxy for power. … Continue reading

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All are welcome

When I was growing up, communion was scheduled the first Sunday of each month. We had special plates, similar to offering plates, which were passed from person to person, pew to pew. The first presented carefully broken pieces of matzoh, … Continue reading

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