As part of our ongoing visioning and discernment for the future, and regarding the question from our bishop, i.e., does Holy Cross desire to be a church plant of the… Read more »
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For over 10 years Holy Cross has helped hundreds of refugee families with generous donations of over 16,000 pounds of rice and 800 gallons of cooking oil to RefugeeNet.
As you may remember, 2021 is the Year of Evangelism in our diocese, and I hope that this Transformation Academy will help encourage and enliven us as a community to share the good news of Christ with the world.
While we gathered for in-person worship for the first time since COVID came to our shores this morning Fr. Ted completed his earthly journey.
“Our work goes on. Our labor for love continues. We will not cease, and we will not give up until this world reflects less our nightmare and more God’s dream where there’s plenty good room for all God’s children. Hallelujah anyhow.”
Call for a Day of Prayer “A great windstorm arose, and the waves beat into the boat, so that the boat was already being swamped. But Jesus was in… Read more »
A reading from the Gospel of John 4:5-42 Jesus came to a Samaritan city called Sychar, near the plot of ground that Jacob had given to his son Joseph. Jacob’s… Read more »
On December 24, 2016, members of Holy Cross Episcopal Church and Jewish Congregation B’nai Tikvah hosted a joint service of worship for the First Night of Hanukkah and Christmas Eve…. Read more »
Icon: Our Lady of the Sign by Daniel Bissler (may not be reproduced in any form) Who is that Jewish peasant man standing in a little river? Keep your eyes… Read more »
Dear People of Holy Cross, Since we relocated in 2012, I have been interested in finding religious artwork that might hang at Holy Cross. Until mid-September, nothing had yet emerged…. Read more »