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Gardening is as much of a relaxing, lifegiving experience, as it is a testament to the beauty of God’s creation. God designed the plants, trees, and grasses, and it all started in the Garden of Eden. In Genesis 1:11-12, we … Continued
The first 5 words in the Gospel reading for this Sunday are: I am the living bread. Have you ever wondered, How is bread “living?” Join us at 10am on Sunday for worship and study on Facebook Live and YouTube. … Continued
“When they had rowed about three or four miles, they saw Jesus walking on the sea and coming near the boat, and they were terrified. But he said to them, “It is I; do not be afraid.” As we continue … Continued
Jesus knew when his disciples needed rest and when those who were following him needed nourishment and care. As Jesus cared for those in his day, he cares for us now. Let’s continue to explore the Kingdom of God … Continued
Choices have consequences. In the Gospel message from Mark this week we examine the choice that Herod made. What was the impact of that choice? We will look at that as well as reflect on the choices that … Continued
On Saturday, June 12th, the St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church Ho-Ho-Kus community gathered in the Rectory garden for a Celebration of New Ministry for their Rector, the Reverend Cathie Sklenar-Studwell. Along with the St. Bartholomew’s family, the mass was attended by … Continued
There were two women whose names we do not know, but their interactions with Jesus gives us powerful insights into the Kingdom of God. Join us as we continue our journey in the Gospel of Mark. Sunday at 10 … Continued