We entered the season of Christmas filled with Light filled with Hope, filled with Joy, filled with Love, filled with Wonder. Liturgically, the Christmas Season is all about Manifestation – making the Divine known. There are three occasions; Christmas, Epiphany and the Baptism of Jesus. Each event was to indicate the Divine’s Presence in the […]Read more "Homily Baptism of Jesus"
Hello! This Sunday you have two choices for liturgy. 10:00 am 65 Newton Sparta Road, Newton, NJ 07860 4:30 pm St Mark’s Lutheran Church 100 Harter Road, Morristown, NJ 07960 Hope to see you at one of these!Read more "Join Us For Two Liturgical Events!"
THEME: The Interplay Between the Inner and Outer Worlds. The Journey to the place where we once began. THOUGHTS FOR REFLECTION To follow a star is far better than seeking the security of familiar riches. If you follow your star you will find your Bethlehem. A thousand outward journeys can never replace one inward journey; […]Read more "Four Reflections on Manifestations (Epiphany)"
Jesus always spoke about helping those in need. “What you do for the least you do do for me.” He always spoke for the outcast and the marginalized. Religious leaders do not make helping those in need a political priority. The things Jesus never spoke about became a priority. What Jesus spoke about the most […]Read more "Jesus and Those in Need"
Jesus never spoke against Abortion. Yet, Religious leaders make this a political priority.Read more "Jesus and Abortion"
Jesus never spoke against Same-Sex Relationships. Yet, Religious leaders make this a political priority.Read more "Jesus and Same-Sex Relationships"
The celebration that marks the Feast of the Holy Family has never been more poignant than it has been over the course of the last several years. This most immediate current turmoil in the Middle East traces its roots back to 911 and the response by the United States and its allies. The military involvement […]Read more "Today’s Holy Families"