The Rev. Joseph H. Hensley, Jr., Rector of St. George’s Episcopal Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia shares this reflection at a live stream Celtic Evensong worship service on April 16, 2020.
Is it possible, even probable that within each of us there resides a drift seed? That within each of us there is a seed germinating, humming, growing planted there by a loving God who knit us together in the womb? And as we go into the world, we carry that seed with the potential to let it go and to flourish?
And that we are the ocean current carrying it along?
The Maundy Thursday Homily from the Rev. Deacon Carey Chirico, St. George’s Episcopal Church Fredericksburg, VA | April 2, 2015 Psalm 116:8 For you, O LORD, have delivered my soul from death, my eyes from tears, my feet from stumbling. Amen. It begins with feet. Small, innocent feet which have never touched the ground. Small […]
Palm Sunday Homily from the Rev. Joe Hensley, Mar 29, 2015 Hosannah! Hosannah in the highest! Today, Palm Sunday, we hear these words with new ears. We sing or say them every week when we celebrate the Eucharist together. Today we remember that the crowds who welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem shouted those words from Psalm […]