Dancing from Ashes to Glory!

Hillary Burdette and Bob Whittaker recently shared how important the confirmation process was for their daughter Louella. Louella was recently featured in a Clergy Conversation with Van Williams who was one of her sponsors when she was confirmed by our bishop in Bryn Mawr, along with 9 other young members. As we celebrate our baptismal […]

Chestnut Hill Conservancy Looks at Racism through our Cultural Heritage and Architecture

In our History at Home Then and Now series of jigsaw puzzles, we pair two images, offering different levels of difficulty, Beginner and Expert. For this month’s Then and Now puzzles, we’re featuring images of St. Martin-in-the-Fields church on the corner of West Willow Grove Avenue and St. Martins Lane. The ‘Now’ image is from […]

The Most Reverend Frank Griswold joins us for a chat

The Most Reverend Frank Griswold – speaks candidly at our upcoming Clergy Conversations Bishop of Chicago 1987-1997, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal church 1998-2006 I first met Frank Griswold at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London in June 2007, at the ordination to the diaconate of a mutual friend – James Rosenthal. Jim was the head […]

“The Fruits of Confinement” by St. Paul

A message from The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle: How many times in the past 12 months have we longed for a travel adventure or just an escape to some different world than the one we now inhabit? Many of us long for the ability to travel again and to live more freely. In preparation for […]

The “Politic of Despair”

A message from The Rev. Daniel Kline: On Sunday, March 31st in 1968, The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., one of the great saints of the 20th Century, delivered a sermon at The National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. It would be the last Sunday sermon he preached before being martyred in Memphis at the […]