A Meditation on Suffering

Let us begin with Blue Boat Home, by Peter Mayer Though below me, I feel no motionStanding on these mountains and plainsFar away from the rolling oceanStill my dry land […]

The Trees are Speaking

The Bible is a collection of ancient texts that due to 15th-century technology we can carry around in all sizes, type fonts, and sometimes even is printed with the color […]

do not repay evil with evil

See as God Sees

Romans 12:17  Do not repay anyone evil for evil, but take thought for what is noble in the sight of all. 18 If it is possible, so far as it depends on […]

Watch Out for She Bears

Watch Out for She Bears

Elijah is told by the Lord to anoint Elisha as his successor. Elisha was the son of a wealthy landowner. Elijah found Elisha, took him under his wing for the […]

Shake the dust off your feet and move on

One of the greatest working experiences in my life has been working with my editor on my doctoral thesis. Editors are fabulous people. They purge all the nonsense from your […]

Saint Andrews Fullerton Altar


9 am In-Person Holy Eucharist Zoom worship – 11 am every Sunday. How to Prepare and What to Expect in Online Services Get DressedSimple, right? Not dressed up, but wear […]

He is Risen, 2020.

Why a song called Were you there when they crucified my Lord?  Because it’s also a song about were you there when God raised him from the tomb? Were you […]

Puppies as a spiritual practice.

Before the sheltering in place took effect, I took on another puppy. Another being the third of my pack of doodles. Some friends thought I was going around the bend, […]

Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross, prints by Margaret Adams Parker, contemporary naming of the crosses today.

Maundy Thursday Homily

Remembering the last night with his disciples, we reflect on our ministry and the ministry of Jesus in service and suffering.


Sundays at Saint Andrew's

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