Monthly Archives: April 2019

Impoverished at the Food Bank

Fritz Eichenberg’s provocative image of Jesus standing in the breadline reflects his own spiritual journey as a non-religious Jewish-German who became a Quaker after the death of his wife. Titling the woodcut “Christ of the Breadlines”, he demonstrates his understanding … Continue reading

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Into Your Hands

“Father, into your hands I commit my Spirit.” “Every highest human act is just a giving back to God of that which he first gave to us,” writes George MacDonald. In Jesus’ last words we see how prayer finds the … Continue reading

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Liturgy for the Ritual of Morning Coffee

Liturgy for the Ritual of Morning Coffee – by Doug Mckelvey Meet me, O Christ in this stillness of morning. Move me, O Spirit, to quiet my heart. Mend me, O Father, from yesterday’s harms.   From the discords of yesterday, … Continue reading

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Touching the Ground

Just before entering on the road of his passion [Jesus] washed the feet of his disciples and offered them his body and blood as food and drink. These two acts belong together. They are both an expression of God’s determination … Continue reading

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