HE Persisted

Rep. Jim Ramstad, pictured here in 2014 by the Rev. Barbara Mraz Full disclosure: I am a good friend of Sheryl Ramstad, sister of Jim Ramstad, and had the privilege […]

A Pastoral Letter From the Rt. Rev. Craig Loya

Following Tuesday’s contentious election and the long season leading up to it and then Saturday’s decision, our bishop, The Right Reverend Craig Loya had this to say to the Episcopal […]

Voting as Love of Neighbor

The following is adapted from the Rector’s Letter in the November/December Evangelist which came out today, November 2nd, 2020. By The Reverend Jered Weber-Johnson A few weeks ago, helping my […]

Finance First Friday: Faith, Finances, and KFC

Otto and Ed, not at KFC Parishioners Ed Stieve and Otto Paier were regular attendees at our Money and Meaning classes and forums in September. Through our discussions I noticed […]


Depressed, isolated, worried about winter and the looming election – many of us are struggling with these things and could use a little good news as well as some laughs!  We’ve […]

Finance First Fridays: Pipes, Not Pitchers

Dr. Judith Stack holds a PhD in New Testament from Princeton Theological Seminary. She taught at the undergraduate and masters levels for over a decade and has worked as a […]