Weekly Reflections

Spiritual reflections from the clergy

From your Deacon

Dear Congregation, I’ve always been someone who can remember their dreams.  Sometimes disturbing for sure, but often comforting, and usually ranging from strange to hilarious.  I can wake up laughing or crying.  It’s a blessing and a curse. My sister,...

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On the mind of the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser

“The more genuine and the deeper our community becomes, the more will everything else between us recede, the more clearly and purely will Jesus Christ and His work become the one and only thing that is vital between us.” These words from theologian Dietrich...

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On the mind of the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser

This Sunday we celebrate the Feast Day of Martin Luther King, Jr. We’ll use the readings and collect appointed for his day and enjoy music in the gospel tradition. The liturgical color will be red for martyrdom. This is something new for Incarnation but not...

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On the mind of the Rev. Dr. Nathaniel Jung-Chul Lee

On Sunday, my son Malachi will be baptized at my "other" parish (St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery). Born three months before the pandemic, and after some transitions in our family, it has been a long time coming. I could not be more excited. This Sunday is...

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On the mind of the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser

This past Tuesday, I went to a worship service at a nearby Episcopal seminary. It was the culmination of a program called “Queer Advent — Anticipating Joy.” Exquisite musical meditations with harp and cello were interspersed with biblical and non-biblical...

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