Weekly Reflections

Spiritual reflections from the clergy

On the mind of the Rev. Canon Deacon Denise LaVetty

Resurrection, step by step Dear Friends, My hope is that this rainy, rainy, RAINY week has not dampened your Easter joy! The hope of resurrection can be much like the weather, lifting us up, yet at times so drenched in a downpour of life, we lose sight of...

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On the mind of the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser

Today is Good Friday. As always, our Good Friday service (watch it here on YouTube) was "stripped down" -- a stark altar, sorrowful music, solemn and pleading prayers, and a homily that captured the agony of Jesus on the cross. We also had a Stations of the...

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

This weekend marks the beginning of one of the most important liturgical seasons that we celebrate each year. Every year, around this time, we embark on a journey in which the full drama of human experience will unfold before our eyes--a veritable roller...

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On the mind of the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser

A couple of months ago, parishioner Anne Tong asked me if she could organize a Sunday forum about God’s grace. Before even hearing her vision for the forum, I said “YES!” in my heart. Grace is what our daily walk with Christ is all about. It shows up in...

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On the mind of the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser

Last week I discovered a meditation room at LaGuardia. It was the first one of these I’d seen in an airport – right next to a set of restrooms, a “pet relief” room, and a room for moms to nurse their babies. The meditation room was a bit sterile,...

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