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[Updated] October 22, 2020 We are primarily staying online for now and planning for the future. Effective 7/21/2020, new protocols allow small groups to apply to meet in St. Mary’s ...
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By our Deacon, Scott Taylor This Tuesday instead of checking the news for election results, you are invited to Election Night Compline. We will begin at 8 PM, when the ...
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One of the most loving things we can do for our families is to ensure that we have wills, medical directives, and funeral plans so that these tasks are not ...
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23 congregants met on Oct 18th via Zoom, to participate together in a group class and discussion. Civil Conversations in Uncivil Times: Practicing Our Faith in the Public Square is ...
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By Jackie Pierce It has been many years since I have written about “what I did on my summer vacation.” I never thought I would be writing about “what I ...
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In celebration of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, on Sunday, October 4th, clergy from St. Angela Merici Catholic Church, the Christian Church of Pacific Grove, and the First ...
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Every summer, my family spends three weeks watching the Tour de France. Over 23 days, 170 or so riders tackle 21 different stages, totaling around 2000 miles. The Tour combines ...
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by Elizabeth McCorkle, Senior Warden On Sunday, September 29, 2019, Kristine celebrated her first Sunday as rector of St. Mary's. Talk about a trial by fire! Please join me in ...
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by Jack Herbig COPA’s Breaking the Chain Team The COVID-19 virus is biological material whose “mission” is to reproduce. It inhabits a person and reproduces. That infected person then expels ...
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By Scott Taylor Recently I watched Akira Kurosawa’s classic movie Ikiru. He made it in 1952, which was a complicated time as Japan rebuilt their country under the influence of ...
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A Spiritual Practice Group met Sundays from August 16th through September 7th, led by Pastor Kristine. Sometimes it’s easier to develop a habit when you join with others who have ...
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