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It is Sunday morning. I am getting ready to host live zoomchurch online. The doorbell rings at the front door of our house.  Not entirely over-joyed to be interrupted in my preparations for “church”, I answer the door.

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In the absence of being able to gather physically to celebrate Eucharist we offer these words and this prayer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzwqBuikknc&t=14s

 

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COVID has taught me something about my understanding of Christian faith.

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video for tomorrow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iy0YQ65SobU&t=181s

children’s time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efoGyRNjtss&t=218s

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Dear Ruth,

Nearly a year and a half ago, I wrote you a letter that I posted on this blog. The occasion then was your ordination as a deacon in the Anglican Church of Canada. Today I write to you again, this time as you are ordained a priest.

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The problem with priesthood is that there are times when the awareness of Presence that is essential to fulfilling the role of priest, is simply mysteriously missing, leaving barely a whisper or a trace.

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The problem with priesthood is that the goal is so distant and failure so near at hand.

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“What do you say?”

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Every Sunday I call people forward to communion with a short invitation.

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Complex symbols often carry more than one meaning and are frequently understood in a variety of ways even by those who utilize them within a common belief system. It is dangerous to attempt to interpret a symbol from outside the system in which it has meaning.

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