Sermon: “Every exit is an entrance somewhere else.”
By The Rev. Canon Paul McLain
August 30, 2015
“Every exit is an entrance somewhere else.” In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen.
One of my hobbies was acting in community theatre plays. I learned there are 2 important things for an actor to know – when it is time to go on stage, and when it is time to get off stage. What I discovered is that often what is happening off-stage behind the scenes is more fascinating than what is happening on stage.
What an exciting year! The Theological Enrichment Committee is pleased to announce our inaugural year of Insights: A Series of Lectures & Talks Highlighting Some of America’s Leading Religious Writers and Theologians. This year’s line up is as follows: Read more…
TThe committee has been working during the month of July to organize visits to the parishes of the candidates for Dean and Rector. We have successfully pared the candidates to three outstanding individuals, any one of whom would be an excellent Dean and Rector for Trinity, matching our spiritual, worship, parish and Cathedral management, and growth needs. The three parish visits will occur over three different weekends in August. Then the committee will determine which candidates should take the next step to visit us here at Trinity. It could be all three, two, or one. Our visits to their parishes, spending time with them personally, and then experiencing worship with them, will help us make that important decision.
While it would be foolish to set a firm deadline for calling our new Dean and Rector, I think we can safely say we should have a final determination for the Bishop and the Vestry to consider by early fall.
Craig Douglass Read more…