Posted on March 27, 2017
In a recent Staff meeting, Rev. Kirsty DePree led our opening Devotionals by reading a passage of scripture in which the writer spoke of being thirsty and of seeking a quenched spirit through God (Psalm 42). Then she asked us to meditate on the questions:
“Spiritually/Emotionally, are you thirsty, satisfied, or somewhere in between? And, what are you thirsty for?”
Posted on March 20, 2017
I began today working for Collegiate, strategizing with other clergy about how to strengthen our system and its individual churches for years yet to come. It was significant work, each issue discussed nuanced by its connection to other issues of equal importance. None of us at the table took the experience lightly.
Posted on March 13, 2017
Recently I attended a Friday midday organ concert at Grace Church in the East Village. The organist performed selections from J.S. Bach. That’s why I went.
Posted on March 6, 2017
We have just stepped into the season of Lent, the most important season of the Christian Year. It’s not the most fun. That has to be Advent and Christmas. It doesn’t match the excitement of Pentecost. But, so far as pure, deep meaning is concerned, nothing matters as much as Lent.