Rector’s Reflections

Back From Sunny Florida

It has been entirely too long since I last blogged, which is a shame since I enjoy writing.  I suppose I allow life to get in the way of what I love; sadly, many of us are in the same boat. This photograph was simply taken with my smartphone.  I …

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Otto Is Home

Wyoming community

We live in challenging times.  Tuesday morning while waiting for my youngest son to finish skating lessons I came upon the praiseworthy news that Wyoming, Ohio’s Otto Warmbier would soon be released from N. Korea and flown home to be reunited with his family.  While I have not met Otto, …

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Stations of the Resurrection

Ascension & Holy Trinity has faithfully practiced praying the Stations of the Cross Friday evenings throughout Lent for the last few years now. We get anywhere from two to twelve people on a Friday evening to pray the fourteen stations in our church nave. New within the last couple of …

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Thoughts on Restoring Conversations

Blog Restoring Conversations March 7, 2017 The Rev. Eric L. Miller Saturday March 4th, I stepped a bit out of my comfort zone, and therefore, I experienced a bit of spiritual growth, too. Isn’t that something! I attended the first of six workshops titled, “Restoring Conversations: A Six-Week Workshop On …

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The First Sunday of Lent

Matthew 4:1-11 Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. He fasted forty days and forty nights, and afterwards he was famished. The tempter came and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, command these stones to become loaves …

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Lent Is Nearly Upon Us

It’s Shrove Tuesday.  My ukulele is tuned up, ready for me to play and sing “Stand By Me” for our annual Ascension & Holy Trinity Shrove Tuesday Variety Show.  Wow, that was a mouthful.  I have stretched a bit and remembered the kata I’ll be offering this evening with three …

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