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:”
“Easter and Passover Greetings: A Heartfelt Message”
To the Editor:
As Christians, we are disheartened that people identifying as Christian would so highhandedly misappropriate the words of Doctor Martin Luther King. Perhaps the most famous quote of Doctor King is “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in
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Christ Church in snow
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.
This year, Ash & Dash
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Rev. Allyson “Ally” Paige Brundige
The Parish of Christ Church is delighted to announce its new pastoral leadership with the arrival of the Rev. Allyson “Ally” Paige Brundige. She began her role as priest-in-charge on Jan. 1.
Brundige, who parishioners call “Rev. Ally,” joins
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With the fall season coming to an end next month
, Easton residents are now looking forward to celebrating the holiday season while still abiding by the Covid-19 safety protocols.
In the spirit of the holidays
, the Easton Police Department will be giving back to their community Continue reading “Holiday Spirit Will Still Sparkle in Easton”
Christ Church in Easton is searching for a new priest following the departure of the Rev. Ellen Huber. Mother Ellen, as she is affectionately known to parishioners, and her husband, the Rev. Kurt Huber, now lead 11 Episcopal churches on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in South
Continue reading “Married Clerics Leave Local Churches for Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation”