Weekly Reflections

Spiritual reflections from the clergy

On the mind of the Rev. Adrian Dannhauser

Last Sunday, a parishioner and I talked about how she’d just been through her own personal “Holy Week” in terms of back-to-back days of church related service: altar guild at the Wednesday Holy Eucharist, hospitality for our monthly “Third Thursday”...

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A Lenten Gift to Your Family

This Sunday is Legacy Sunday, when we remember with gratitude those who have made bequests to Incarnation in recent years. These planned gifts help assure the continuing witness and work of God’s kingdom through the church. In the spirit of Legacy Sunday,...

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On the mind of the Rev. Deacon Denise LaVetty

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Las Vegas for a few days. While some love Vegas and some hate it, I’m on the cusp and see it mostly as an adult Disneyland. And like our own Times Square, Las Vegas does seem more like Disneyland these days and for that I give...

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

Over the past year, I have been reading the “discourses and sayings” of Dorotheos of Gaza with my spiritual director and few other priests in the Diocese. Don’t worry—I have a Ph.D. in Theology, but had never heard of Dorotheos before, either. Dorotheos’...

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On the mind of Rev. Adrian Dannhauser

Last Sunday a child came forward in the Communion line at the 8:30 a.m. service. He crossed his arms for a blessing and for some reason couldn’t stop giggling: “The blessing of God Almighty, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit be upon you and make you a blessing to...

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