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Red Door Food Pantry Delivers One More Dinner TOGO

On the 10th day of #DinnerTOGO, Red Door Food Pantry had received a phone call at the church about a home bound cancer patient. A case manager from Alabama had been calling everywhere trying to get this elderly lady a meal since she was in dire straits. “All of...
Speak

Speak

Do you know the story about Ezekiel and the dry bones? The Spirit of God showed Ezekiel a vast valley full of dry bones. Then God asked Ezekiel if he thought the bones could live. Ezekiel answers as we would, “Only you know God.” But God told Ezekiel to speak life to...

Food Pantry Drive-Through Serves Over 3,300 Hot Meals a Week

Stories of Hope and Helping: This piece is part of an ongoing series that looks at how our parishes and ministries are caring for our communities during this time of pandemic. The Red Door Food Pantry (Episcopal Church of the Ascension) is helping area residents who...
Enemy

Enemy

By definition a virus infects and brings disease. You could say then, Covid-19 is an enemy! Psalm 23 has a word for us when confronted by an enemy. The poem reminds us that, “…in the presence of an enemy a table is set for us.” The presence of an enemy is not...
Steady

Steady

Yes, all around us there’s anxiety. Yes, concerns are legitimate. Yes, the market is down and meetings are being cancelled all around. Yes, even how we do church is being disrupted. Yes, there’s still a lot we don’t know. What we do know is that a spirit of panic is...

Bishop Doyle to Preach on Day1

The Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, based in Houston, is the featured preacher for Easter, April 12, on “Day 1” with host Peter Wallace, the nationally broadcast ecumenical radio program also accessible online at Day1.org and by...

Episcopal Church Presents “Evangelism Initiatives” Resource

Evangelism Initiatives, a resources page and newsletter offered by the Episcopal Church, aims to engage the “Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement” by “seeking, naming and celebrating Jesus’ loving presence in the stories of all people.” The...