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Trinity Episcopal Church in Newtown, Connecticut reported that they were blessed to have Bishop Todd McGregor who serves the Diocese of Toliara in Madagascar visiting with them. The children of Trinity focused in the region during their Lenten church school studies, raised funds, and presented Bishop Todd with a check. He…read more
At the moment, it is quiet. Finally. December felt like a sprint to Christmas. After Christmas it seemed like a mere hop-skip-and-a-jump until the whirlwind of Ash Wednesday. The marathon of Lent eventually gave way to the wrestling mat of Holy Week, and now, after a joyous Easter Sunday, I am collapsed here in our living roomread more
A wee bit of Historical knowledge for YOU related to our old sayings Early aircraft throttles had a ball on the end of it, in order to go full throttle the pilot had to push the throttle all the … Continue reading → …read more
Meet David and Mary Beth Alenskis. They are missionaries in Belize where David is serving in ordained ministry by strengthening local leaders in two Anglican churches as well as in the local Anglican schools. Mary Beth is reaching out to the youth through music in...read more
On April 4, my sweet Meri died. I started this post a couple weeks ago, but it’s been hard to write; I think that writing it for the interwebs makes it a bit too real.
I am struggling with a bit guilt over this; she wanted breakfast at 2:00 am, and since…
A few weeks ago we packed the Subaru to the gills and pointed our rusty, I mean TRUSTY, steed south to the warm embrace of The Diocese of South Carolina. We had a number of appointments set up with youth leaders, rectors, and missions minded folks around Charleston, and enjoyed our…read more