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Christmastide and the season of epiphany ring in the new year with an emphasis on God’s presence with us in the world.
It is a joyous time for new beginnings. The light of the world is here! Rejoice!
Although it’s a short month, much happens liturgically this month. We finish the epiphany season, celebrate the Transfiguration of the Lord and Ash Wednesday and move into Lent and the journey to Jerusalem and the cross with Jesus. As Christ calls the three disciples down from their mountaintop experience at his transfiguration, let us join them in their journey for there is much to do and much to learn!
The Road to Jerusalem stretches before us as we continue on our Lenten path. What practices or spiritual disciplines help you to encounter Jesus during Lent?
With the arrival of Spring, we look towards claiming our lives as an Easter people. What does it mean to live in the light of Easter? How do we proclaim our joy in Christ?
Winding down (or up?) the school year and heading towards the end of Eastertide … towards Pentecost. The school year is coming to a close, but the birth of the church, the response to Christ’s resurrection, is just beginning. Beginnings and endings all mixed together.
We are officially in “Ordinary Time” and I don’t know about you, but it feels like my calendar, my congregation, and my whole body have taken a collective sigh of relief at having some time to slow down a bit. Slowing down to refocus on what God is saying to us in this season.