Monthly Archives: June 2011

Nominations Wanted by The Diocese of California

Please consider downloading a PDF version of this letter to distribute to your congregation. Click here to download. June 16, 2011 To: Congregations in the Diocese of California, The Episcopal ChurchRe: Nominations to Convention The diocesan Committee on Nominations is … Continue reading

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But What If?

 In an earlier blog I talked about Howard Camping and the fact that I have learned from him and that I feel that I have actually grown stronger in my spirituality. I also said that I don’t believe in his … Continue reading

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False Beliefs

This blog isn’t about really about false beliefs in any religion, but more about false beliefs in ones self.  In my previous blog I talked a little about how people ask me how they can get involved in things in … Continue reading

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Get Involved

 From time to time someone will ask me about my activities in the diocese and how I find out about the events that I attend. The things that I go to I find out through different ways. For some things, … Continue reading

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Voices From The Pews

 The Christian church is interesting in that we go every week and hear clergy give sermons every week. We sit back and listen to the words that are said, and try to gain some insight in what the clergy person … Continue reading

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The Renewal Of Our Baptismal Vows

 A friend of mine is very into the Baptismal Covenant that we use in the Episcopal Church. She has talked about it at different things that we have both been at. She brought forth a new way of doing it which I … Continue reading

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But Where’s Christ?

 Now this doesn’t apply to all clergy, but I am finding it applying to more and more in at least my denomination, and I am sure that it could be applied to just about every denomination. But I am really beginning to … Continue reading

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