Praying The Lord's Prayer This past Sunday in church we talked about the Lord’s Prayer, and how it is the “way out” of temptation, and the way back to God when we sin. St. Paul, in
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St. Mary the Virgin This Thursday, we commemorate the feast day of Saint Mary the Virgin. (We invite you to join us for Holy Communion at 12:10 p.m.) Mary is the mother of Jesus, and because
The Transfiguration of Christ Today is the feast day of the Transfiguration of our Lord Jesus Christ. The Collect (from which the words placed over the picture of Mariners’ Altar Window above are quoted), Epistle, and
The Christian Way This week we have a guest post from Mariners' summer intern, Clinton Collister. Clint is the poetry editor for The North American Anglican, and is beginning doctoral studies in Theology, Imagination, and the
St. James, Apostle and Martyr Today we commemorate “St. James the Greater,”differentiating him from St. James the Less – “Less” meaning not less in significance, but younger. St. James and St. John (the Apostle and Evangelist),
Guest Post: "The Birthmark" by Peggy A. Pennock This week we have a guest post from beloved Mariners' Church parishioner and Trustee, Peggy Pennock. Peggy serves as a secondary school English teacher to area students, and
St. Benedict, Abbot This Thursday at our service of Holy Communion (12:10 p.m., directions and parking info here) we commemorate St. Benedict of Nursia. In the life of this great Saint, we see an exemplar that
"Twice and Thrice" This week we have a guest post from renowned poet and Mariners' Church parishioner Cindy Erlandson. This past Sunday, we commemorated the feast day of St. Peter the Apostle. St. Peter, much more
Trinity Sunday This past Sunday we celebrated Trinity Sunday. This is a special Sunday in the Church when we remember the doctrine that there is one God in three persons. The most well-known formulation of the
The Ancient Paths: Give This past Sunday we concluded our series on five “ancient paths” that we are commended to walk by the Book of Common Prayer, practices that are part of our “bounden duty” as
The Ancient Paths: Pray This past Sunday we had a lovely intersection between the sermon on our fourth “bounden duty,” as members of Mariners’ Church, to “pray[…] for the spread of [God’s] kingdom,” and the Church’s
The Ancient Paths: Work This past Sunday we covered the third of our “ancient paths,” work. The Book of Common Prayer lets us know on page 291 that part of our bounden duty as members of