A Doorway Opens

From Frederick Buechner…  At its heart, I think, religion is mystical. Moses with his flocks in Midian, Buddha under the Bo tree, Jesus up to his knees in the waters of Jordan: each of them responds to something for which words like shalom, oneness, God even, are only pallid, alphabetic souvenirs. “I have seen things,” […]

Sunday, October 8

Deacon Skip’s sermon for Sunday, October 8. This morning’s gospel lesson is known as the parable of the wicked tenants.  The allegory seems pretty clear to us.  The vineyard was a traditional metaphor for Jerusalem and today we can see it as all of creation itself.  God gave us creation and even fixed it up […]