Tag Archives: Spiritual journey

Living Water 1: Baptism

I didn’t actually think that the first “living water” themed topic I would write about on this blog would be my own baptism. But, this evening as I sat in stillness with this theme, a vivid image of that Sunday … Continue reading

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Living Water: Week 3 of Cultivating Sacred Space

The story of Jesus meeting the woman of Samaria at the well is unquestionably my favorite Gospel story; in my faith community, it is also the reading for this Third Sunday in Lent. ┬áHere is a link, if you’d like … Continue reading

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Holy Ground 2: Labyrinths

Anyone who is following the Lenten “Cultivating Sacred Space” journey with me probably has realized that labyrinths are an important symbol of my holy ground. The labyrinth offers a sacred space for me. Walking the labyrinth is a deep journey … Continue reading

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Lent 2014: Cultivating Sacred Space

It was last year, on Ash Wednesday, when I started this blog at the end of my work day. All that day, I had been recalling the memory of My First Ashes. I am fairly tech savvy because of some … Continue reading

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Peace, part 3 (co-creation)

Today’s piece of art on the online advent calendar for my faith community is a co-created work that began in my solitude and was completed in community with the members of St. Thomas who gathered that day as I told … Continue reading

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Susan Speaks Spirit

I have spent the past week weaving together photos, reflections, quotes, and other tributes from members of my faith community as we prepare to say good-bye and send our well-wishes to Susan, who has been our Associate Rector for the … Continue reading

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