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Various Works of Art done by Arnoldo Rivero

My Spiritual Art Journey

My spiritual art journey began very early in my childhood.  As a priest’s child, I have fond childhood memories of my mother bringing a sketchpad and crayons for me to…

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Worshipping In The Easter Triduum

At this time when we are unable to gather and worship together in person, St. Philip's is adapting the liturgies to make them meaningful and relevant to those who are…

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New Zoom Security Measures – What does this mean for St. Philip’s?

You probably won’t be surprised to learn that Zoom has experienced a sudden and unexpected increase in the number of Zoom users. We are all Zooming these days - to…

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Palm Sunday in Holy Week

Holy Week: Preparing Amid Covid-19

Grace and peace be with you: About three months ago we chalked our houses with an Epiphany blessing. Before that they were decorated for Christmas, and before that for Thanksgiving,…

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Outdoor Opportunities for Prayer and Contemplation

As this social distancing extends into a future for an unknown time, we will all become more anxious to be about our normal activities, especially as the weather warms up,…

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Our Bells will be Ringing – Our Prayers Ascending

John Thomas Buchanan has organized a group to ring our church bell three times a day beginning this Friday. The bells will call us to prayer at 8:00 a.m., noon,…

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A Spiritual Retreat Space

Finding Our Holy Spaces

Author: Sharron Carnes, Senior Warden Like many families, we had made plans months ago to go on a spring break skiing trip.  Although we were well aware of the corona virus,…

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Sunday Services Continue Live on Facebook

We will be live-streaming our 10:30 a.m. service on Sunday on Facebook. This will be a service of Morning Prayer and can be found in the Book of Common Prayer…

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A Word from Fr. Mike

It was just a week ago that I sent you my first e-news about COVID-19. Much has changed in that time and continues to change. The routines and rhythms of…

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3/17/2020 Update on Covid-19

March 17, 2020 Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ: Since I last wrote you concerning COVID-19 President Trump has issued some new guidelines, and last night the…

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Read The Rev. Dr. Michael K. Marsh’s Sermons

AN EPISCOPAL PRIEST’S SERMONS, PRAYERS, AND REFLECTIONS ON LIFE, BECOMING HUMAN, AND DISCOVERING OUR DIVINITY

RSS Interrupting the Silence

  • Lazarus Is Knocking – A Sermon On Luke 16:19-31
    Exclusive communities, membership dues, railroad tracks, border walls, the other side of town; it seems there is always a gate between the rich and the poor. And so it is in today’s gospel (Luke 16:19-31). On one side of the… Read More Lazarus Is Knocking – A Sermon On Luke 16:19-31
  • Searching For Wholeness And Completeness – A Sermon On Luke 15:1-10
    If you were to imagine your life as whole and complete what would that look like and mean for you today? What qualities or characteristics would describe that kind of life? And what keeps that from happening? What is missing… Read More Searching For Wholeness And Completeness – A Sermon On Luke 15:1-10
  • Hospitality To Strangers – A Sermon On Hebrews 13:1-8, 15-16 And Luke 14:1, 7-14
    “Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers.” So we’re told in today’s Letter to the Hebrews 13:1-8, 15-16. So let me ask you, how’s that working for you these days? What does hospitality mean and look like for you… Read More Hospitality To Strangers – A Sermon On Hebrews 13:1-8, 15-16 And Luke 14:1, 7-14
  • Changing The Picture of Life – A Sermon On Luke 13:10-17
    I suspect we’ve all seen before and after pictures; before and after the diet or workout plan, before and after a re-model, before and after a particular event or experience. If you looked at my before St. Philip’s pictures you’d… Read More Changing The Picture of Life – A Sermon On Luke 13:10-17
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