Tag Archives: prayer

The Light of Christ

My heart grieves over the hatred expressed last night and this morning in Charlottesville, VA.  I cannot comprehend that there is still so much hatred, racism, and violence today.  The headline in today’s Washington Post reads, “White Nationalists Ordered to Leave Va. Park Before Planned ‘Unite the Right’ Rally.”  Other …

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Otto Is Home

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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Healing Prayer

During the month of March, we will begin having healing prayer available during communion at the 10:00 service. After receiving communion, anyone wanting a short prayer for themselves or someone else will be able to go to a prayer station where a parishioner will offer a prayer. The only information …

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Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

Matthew 5:13-20 Jesus said, “You are the salt of the earth; but if salt has lost its taste, how can its saltiness be restored? It is no longer good for anything, but is thrown out and trampled under foot. “You are the light of the world. A city built on …

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Rector’s Reflections February 2017 The Rev. Eric L. Miller It was a Wednesday afternoon. That morning I had read over upcoming bulletins, looked over the Annual Meeting packet, had a meaningful Holy Eucharist with several in our Memorial Chapel, and met with a few different parishioners. I grew hungry. So, …

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