Prayers Kneaded into Bread Communion Liturgy

A week ago, we kneaded prayers into bread dough. (Thanks to John Pentland for that idea) I took the dough home and baked it.   Yesterday, we celebrated communion using that bread. I wrote a simple communion liturgy to go along with it. The Sacrament of Holy Communion The Invitation Passing of the Peace The…

Scattering Seeds

Father’s Day… Aboriginal Sunday… Dedication of a new stained glass window… communion… Weather that is providing a challenge to local farmers… children being torn from their parents at the US border… officials using the Bible as justification! A passage from the gospel of Mark likening the realm of God to a mustard seed… What’s a…

Named – Not Named

You don’t hear much about me after I won the election to become one of the chosen 12! I was so proud… me, one of the apostles! Even though it was only by chance, by tossing dice that I won, that didn’t diminish my pride. I was one of hundreds of men and women who…

Friday Five – Favourite Things!

It’s Friday Five time with the RevGalBlogPals and today’s question is about favourite things. I chose to go with one for each of the senses, even then it was very hard to pick just one in every category. Favourite Sight – The ocean, for some reason, as soon as I get near the ocean, my breath…

One Can At a Time

With an election set for tomorrow and the Blue Jays in the playoffs, World Food Day isn’t getting much press! And yet, is there anything more basic than food? Perhaps water, but that’s about it. Did you know that food insecurity rates in Nova Scotia and Halifax are the worst in Canada? In a report, published a couple…