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Same-sex marriage is a phrase that conjures quite a bit of contention. The contentions are subject to arise in any organization whether it is a family, workplace, the military or church. The Episcopal Church it seems has just sided with same-sex marriage by allowing the marriage of two of their lesbian clergy members. Of course, this marriage has brought on contention. But why does the contention occur? Is there really something wrong with same-sex marriage?
Brief Audio Reflection "The Passion Play" (Matthew 26:14-27:66), Liturgy of the Passion; Palm Sunday: Year A
This week’s gospel is a drama played out in multiple acts of betrayal against one grand, overarching act of love. It is a tragedy transformed into triumph by the greatest curtain call that ever was or ever will be. It is Matthew’s epic account of the Passion of Jesus in which we are not just spectators, but participants and beneficiaries of the greatest story ever told.
Thank you, Jesus. By your life, death and Resurrection, you have set us free.
Dropping the Reins (DtR) is a not-for-profit organization developed in 2009 to give the unique experience of being around horses to those who would not ordinarily have the opportunity. It is also for those who are seeking renewal, self-discovery, and empowerment in their lives. DtR seeks to help caregivers, and their families, by providing them with time to refresh and reflect on their care-giving experiences. For adults, the equine experience can lead to personal examination that enhances and alters life directions. For children, the experience of grooming and riding horses and ponies can free them from personal trauma in their lives.
The Rev. Gail Epes, Master of Divinity, The Virginia Theological Seminary, is an Episcopal priest and former high school chaplain. She has spent years exploring the relationship between horses and humans.
Nancy Davidson, Master in Theological Studies, The Virginia Theological Seminary, has been a certified riding instructor since 2001 and previously taught riding to children with life-threatening illnesses.
Virginia Wilbrandt, BS, Social Work, Radford University, is the owner and head trainer of MEA Haven Farm located at Fox Chase Farm in Middleburg. Virginia has decades of experience with boarding, training and instructing riders and horses taking them from the beginner through to national competition levels.
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Today we will be interviewing Rebecca Schultzberg, who is the Director of Development for the Cambridge School of Weston. A graduate of Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia with a degree in fine arts, Rebecca lived in Spain where she traveled extensively with her family and friends. Rebecca worked in publishing sales and marketing before the nonprofit lightbulb went off. She held annual fund, campaign consultant and director of development roles in a variety of education and social service settings. She thinks of herself as a "creative risk-taker" who gets "more out of a day than most". She earned a Masters in Public Administration with a focus in nonprofit management from Clark University. Rebecca resides in Boston with her husband Glen and two daughters. She serves on the Vestry of St. Paul's Episcopal Church and is a Board Member of The Puppet Showplace.
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Charlton Heston (born John Charles Carter; October 4, 1923 – April 5, 2008) was an American actor and political activist. A Hollywood legend, he became a superstar playing larger-than-life characters, from Moses to Michaelangelo, in big screen epics of the 1950s and 1960s. But Heston seemed mostly content to mine his vein of success through the mid-1970s, when he switched more to character roles. In the best of his later starring films, "Planet of the Apes" (1968), "The Omega Man" (1971), and "Soylent Green" (1973), he effectively brought his iconic baggage to stories of apocalyptic future societies. Heston died on April 5, 2008, at his home in Beverly Hills, California, due to complications with pneumonia. He is laid to rest at Saint Matthew's Episcopal Church Columbarium
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Luke 20:27-3820:27 Some Sadducees, those who say there is no resurrection, came to him20:28 and asked him a question, "Teacher, Moses wrote for us that if a man's brother dies, leaving a wife but no children, the man shall marry the widow and raise up children for his brother.20:29 Now there were seven brothers; the first married, and died childless;20:30 then the second20:31 and the third married her, and so in the same way all seven died childless.20:32 Finally the woman also died.20
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**Tonight we honor the memory of Natasha Richardson (11 May 1963 – 18 March 2009). She is best remembered for her role of Sally Bowles in the Broadway musical "Cabaret" (1998) and as Elizabeth James in the movie "The Parent Trap" (1998). On March 16, 2009, she fell while taking a skiing lesson at the Mount Tremblant Resort in Quebec, Canada. Initially, she appeared fine, but within several hours she complained of a massive headache, and was taken to a local hospital. Her condition was quickly diagnosed and she was immediately transferred to a hospital in nearby Montreal, admitted about seven hours after the injury. The next day, she was flown to Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, where she died on March 18, due to an epidural hematoma (blood vessel rupture in the head due to blunt force trauma). Her death has been ruled an accident. She was buried in a private funeral at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Millbrook, NY..**
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Brief Reflection "Deliver us from Evil" on Matthew 4:1-11; First Sunday in Lent, Year A Knowing the divine nature of Jesus, I’ve always felt that Christ was just toying with Satan before he told him to get lost. Up against Jesus, Satan never had a chance. He gave it his best shot… bribery, flattery, trickery … and he came up empty. In reading this week’s gospel, we may be tempted to see Satan as a pushover. And that would suit him just fine. So wh
Brief Audio Reflection “The Game Changer” (John 3: 1-17; The Second Sunday in Lent: Year A). Nicodemos was a man of the law. That’s what it meant to be a Pharisee. Not that you were a lawyer, but that your sole purpose was to serve God by ever more scrupulous observation of intricate regulations governing every aspect of behavior, of thought, speech, diet, hygiene, relationships, work, leisure and worship. The Chosen People lived by Mosaic Law, but that wasn’
A Conversation About Lent with Kira Schlesinger Kira Schlesinger currently serves as Priest-In-Charge for the Church of the Epiphany. She was ordained to the priesthood in April 2012. Kira received her Bachelor degree in vocal performance from Rice University in Houston, TX, and attended Vanderbilt Divinty School for her Master of Divinity degree. Kira also completed a year long Clinical Pastoral Education residency at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbil
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