The Reverend Peter Keese was rector of Saint James the Less' Church from 1966-1971. Recently, he wrote a book entitled Jesus Has Left Left the Building. I've only read five pages of it, but I can tell that he and I have very similar approaches. He has also served as a chaplain in a hospital setting.
As you have heard me blab up from time to time, a significant event occurred for the church when the Roman Emperor Constantine converted to Christianity. At that point Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire.
Wednesday, November 26th:
NO Choir Practice
Friday, November 28th:
Sentinel article deadline
Sunday, November 30th:
Feeding the Homeless at Trinity Church
At St. James the Less our mission is to be an Episcopal presence in the community, pursuing the understanding of God’s grace while seeking the reconciliation of all people to each other and to unity with God.
""Thanksgiving is an emotional holiday. People travel thousands of miles to be with people they only see once a year. Then discover once a year is way too often." -Johnny Carson