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Deacon Peggy Day

REFLECTIONS OF A DEACON

                                      As I journey with everyone else on the Covid-19 journey, I have found myself spending even more time in prayer and reflection.  I have had an image that has been with me for about two weeks now and so I thought I would share it and where it has taken me. The image is…

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DEACON PONDERINGS FOR THE ADVENT SEASON

Thanksgiving is over and so let the shopping craze begin.  This is a time when many hustle around to find just the right present, the perfect tree, and many will become anxious as they must bake goodies to give to neighbors and friends.  I also have to get my Christmas cards out and they have…

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Sermon-Last Sunday After Epiphany by The Rev. Peggy Day

                                   Morning Prayer-Luke 9:18-27 This passage from Luke, follows the feeding of the five thousand.  Jesus, once again, was engaged in prayer alone, something he frequently did when facing a difficult decision, event, or interaction with others. His disciples were gathered with him.  He turned from praying to ask a question, “Who do people say…

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Deacon’s Report by Rev. Peggy Day, Deacon

This past year has been another busy year for me.  I continue to serve on the Clergy Day Committee, which is responsible for developing continuing education opportunities for the clergy in the Diocese.  It has been redesigned, so we do more of our work via e-mail or conference calls.  We serve as an advisory group…

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