Lenten Series Meditations: Monday, March 30

Salvation by Anne Simpson John 3:16 – “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” As I think about the height and breadth of God’s love for us who sent his only...

Lenten Series Meditations: Palm Sunday, March 29

A Meditation for Palm Sunday by Chris Butzon The palms of Palm Sunday are said to symbolize the fronds and cloaks lain on the ground before Jesus and his followers as they entered Jerusalem at the beginning of the final week before the crucifixion and resurrection....

Lenten Series Meditations: Saturday, March 28

Lent is the season of contemplation – a time to think, to notice by John Winsness This fall, while walking by my old pear tree I noticed something – the leaves in the pear tree had fallen and, much to my surprise all the leaves had fallen with their face...

Lenten Series Meditations: Friday, March 27

Silent Lenten Prayer by Bob Hamilton A very ancient practice during Lent and of many saints throughout the ages emphasizes additional time and effort given over to prayer, especially quiet prayer of the heart. A silent heart open to the spirit renders us particularly...

Lenten Series Meditations: Thursday, March 26

Symbols of Lent and Easter by John Winsness People like symbols. We use symbols, not as idols to be worshiped, but as reminders. There is the cross, which hangs in all churches. We do not worship the cross – the cross is a reminder. At the season of Lent and...

Lenten Series Meditations: Wednesay, March 25

Making the Right Choices by 7-year-old Aleisha McMurtry This was Aleisha’s homily for the family service at St. Nicholas Episcopal Church, Hamilton, GA, on March 18, 2015. The light has come into the world and people loved darkness rather than light because their...