As we move towards Easter, many of us may be preparing for very different Easter and holiday celebrations. We may not be having our large family gathers, joining in community Easter Egg Hunts, or spending time with friends.
A blessed Passover, Great Lent and Easter to each and all celebrating!
For many of us, the holidays this year may remind us of what we have lost. Our gatherings around our seder, communion, and family tables may be fewer or slimmer than we wish and certainly not the same as “before:”
One morning last week I walked past our empty family room where someone had left a television on and I overheard the words: “Shouldn’t there be a hunger for grace?” The words were uttered by a young journalist of Asian descent, Cat Rakowski. Funny how inspiration can come from the Continue reading “In Search of Grace”→
We, the leaders of Christ Church Easton, write to add a perspective of Christian faith to what we have been glad to observe as a loud affirmation of Easton’s commitments to anti-racism in response to the letter penned by the Citizens for Responsible Government.
Notre Dame of Easton is actively observing the Lenten season even while the pandemic enters its second year. Meanwhile. Governor Ned Lamont announced expansive reopening plans and the easing of Covid-19 restrictions that went into effect March 19.
The Parish of Christ Church is preparing for its annual Ash & Dash Ash Wednesday, on Feb.17, from 3 to 5 p.m. In years past, Ash & Dash enabled those unable to attend an in-church service to receive ashes while remaining in their cars.