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Seeds and Shovels

On the morning of my third Christmas, my brother woke me before the sun was up to tell me that Santa had come. We went downstairs in the dark and it was true. In my family Santa didn’t wrap the … Continue reading

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No Distinctions

Welcome. Inclusion. Hospitality. These are all church words, words we try to embody to the best of our ability. Yet, not everyone feels welcomed. Not everyone experiences inclusion. Not everyone receives hospitality. There are limits to our being church, aren’t … Continue reading

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More About the Bread

I am committed to having communion bread that is free of common allergens so all may partake of the one bread. This recipe does contain eggs. I’m still working on one without eggs. In the meantime… Grain, Gluten, Corn, Dairy, … Continue reading

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What About the Bread?

Since this week’s gospel reading is the Road to Emmaus and all about the breaking of bread revealing Christ, I’m sharing my poem, “Eucharist” from Barefoot Theology, pg. 35-36. Eucharist sacramental gratitude ritual remembrance inviting grace an old ski cabin full of … Continue reading

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It’s Not About the Bread (unless you can’t have it)

Lately, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about communion bread and why it’s important to offer bread that everyone can eat. So here is a very brief version of my story followed by my favorite communion bread recipe. When I … Continue reading

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