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.
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 »
May, A.D. 2012 Dear friends in Christ, Of late, I’ve read about several studies attempting to correlate religious practice (i.e., church attendance) and improved health. While researchers hold differing views… Read more »
Dear People of Holy Cross, One of the little-recognized blessings of our faith community is the strength of relationship within our homes and families. How many churches have family members… Read more »
Dear People of God, When in your life have you felt loved unconditionally? My hunch is that each of us has glimpsed moments of beautiful, radiant unconditional love between others…. Read more »
It’s not about the _____________: on death and life in a community of faith One Sunday in August, Holy Cross’ St. Francis-in-residence (or should I say St. Frances), Robyn,… Read more »
In our day, when we go to the theater we say “I’m going to see a play.” But in Shakespeare’s day, theatergoers said “I’m going to hear a play.” It… Read more »