Missing, But Still in Action

Well, it’s been some time since I’ve posted a reflection, sermon, review, or commentary here. Let’s just say I’ve been working on many projects, enjoying life, and piling up a stack of books and slips of paper with notes on which I wish to write about.

So here’s the latest, of which I promise more details in the weeks to come – hopefully on a more regular basis:

Working with some great authors on upcoming books to come out from Church Publishing, including these that have already been published. My “Spring 2017” list is very eclectic: formation, liturgy, social justice. Many are perfect for formation settings (individually for your own enrichment, or for discussion in small groups):

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In addition to all the editorial work, I continue to do some writing of my own:

Lastly, this past Lent I have collaborated with others in my home parish, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Wilton, CT on a reflection piece in which members of the parish wrote on a ‘word’ based on the themes in the readings for the Sundays and Holy Days in Lent. They were shared on social media and e-news to the parish; I practice I recommend other churches try in the future. You can read them here at #lentenreflections.

So stay tuned for more postings coming up, including my Spring 2017 curriculum charts for children and youth that have been updated. I’m back!

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