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Spooky Family Fun Just in Time for Halloween

St. John’s Conservatory Theater has cast their fifth all original musical comedy KREEPY HALLOW based on Washington Irving’s classic short story THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. 385 more words

In The News

Hello Again.

Hello, my friends! It’s been a busy summer, and I have a lot of photos to share. Highlights include: General Convention, where I got to hang out with over a thousand Episcopalians in beautiful Salt Lake City; Camp Canterbury, where I almost won a game of hide-and-go-seek, but was bested by Dean Craig Loya; and of course several jaunts throughout our Diocese, visiting the parishes and people I love so much. 395 more words

Sacred Listening - Maybe True Stories

It’s been a weird week, a weird couple of weeks. Simultaneously the children and I are reaching the end of what we can bear of this thing called summer vacation, and every single person I work with is burned out and just… done. 1,182 more words


What's in a name?

If I’m going to have a blog title that includes my name I might as well explain myself. My name, I mean.  I’m kind of a big deal. 885 more words

Charis Hill

Monday's Musing: Morning Office

Even though it is August, which should be steamy, hot and humid here in southern Indiana, the mornings have been cool and brisk. I’m not complaining, just observing. 595 more words


Trinity Cathedral

Trinity congregation dates back to 1856, this building held its first service in early 1880’s.  It feature beautiful stone work. 6 more words


Missional Communities and God's Dream/Sermon for Aug. 23, 2015

This has been the week that a lot of parents are sending their children off to college, many for the first time. Our son is already in college and now soon to go back to school, and tomorrow our daughter is continuing her high school career. 1,687 more words