Photo by Steven Lasry on Unsplash You cannot be what you cannot see. Since our creation, we have been tempted to look away from who we were meant to become, fully human and made in God’s image. In Genesis 3:1-5, Satan drove a wedge between the Creator and the Created by insinuating God didn’t have the best interests … Read More

Today was the first day of May, a time that gives us the hope of summer just around the corner. Likewise, we’ve all been living through the drudgery of a sociological winter, a quarantine that keeps us hidden, often isolated, and makes our days stagnant. Many people in the Church long for gathered worship once … Read More

The following was written by the Rev. Porter Taylor and published on his blog,, on March 16, 2020. It is republished here with permission: One of the beautiful things about liturgy is that it can be used to mark the highest highs and lowest lows of life. The joys of birth, baptism, marriage, and … Read More