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Just God

Just God

There’s Moses, listening and talking to a tree on fire. And then comes the big question and the bigger answer. Moses: “What is your name?” God: “I AM that I AM.” Or, I will be what I will be. Or, I am who I have been and intend to be. Or, I exist and exert myself....
Conversations With Our Priests Virtual Event Series

Conversations With Our Priests Virtual Event Series

The Cathedral Bookstore proudly presents Conversations With Our Priests. Beginning August 27, 2020, this recurring virtual event will be every Thursday at 7 PM. It’s free to attend; there’s no registration required. Check out the Cathedral Book Store...
Deliverers

Deliverers

Moses became the great deliverer but who delivered Moses? There’s no Exodus without the faithfulness of women. Shiphrah and Puah remembered that God is God alone and refused Pharaoh’s order to kill all the newborn male children. Moses’ mother, Jochebed, and her...

Introducing Imagine Church

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Spoken Word Performance: My Black Life

This spoken word is written and performed by Dominique J. Hardy. It was originally performed during the Allyship for God’s People webinar which hosted for over 400 youth and youth leaders of the Episcopal Church. The video was filmed in June at All Saints’...

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry to Preach on Day 1

The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry, presiding bishop and primate of The Episcopal Church, is the featured preacher Sept. 13 on Day 1 with host Peter Wallace, the nationally broadcast ecumenical radio program also accessible online at Day1.org and by podcast. He has...
Siblings

Siblings

They sold their brother into slavery. But, by his talent and the mercy of God, Joseph rose to prominence while his siblings languished in famine. Now, after all these years, it was Joseph’s turn to wield power and to take revenge. This is the way the logic of our...
Battered

Battered

Their boat was, “…battered by the waves, far from the land and the wind was against them.” This distress lasted all night. Our present battering has lasted more than four months. We are far from getting a handle on things. We are battered by the waves of breaking news...
Beware of Email Scammers Targeting Our Church Members

Beware of Email Scammers Targeting Our Church Members

Email Scams Continue In the past month, there has been a significant amount of scam emails sent to church members in our diocese. We first received notice about this in July and unfortunately, some of our members are still being targeted. Scammers trick you into...