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Author: Constance Rodgers

Author: Constance Rodgers

A Message from Duncan- May 08, 2024

Welcome Emily Howard As you know, St John’s is entering another season of changes to the staff.  Farewell Deonna and Anne.  We love you and will miss you hugely.  (Don’t forget the celebration of Deonna’s ministry on Sunday May 19th.  She will preach and celebrate at both services and we will enjoy a potluck lunch, with […]

A Message from Duncan- April 30, 2024

Albert says, “E=MC2”   Uh oh.  Math.  Do we have to?  Frankly, I’d rather not.  But I am feeling very pleased with myself today, and I want to share my happiness.    First let me set the scene by telling you where I am on the Science-Math Continuum. (This isn’t a real thing.  I just […]

A Message from Duncan- April 23, 2024

Beads, Creeds, and Growing Seeds.   You’ve gotta love spring, haven’t you?  As you know, this is my second April in the Deep South and I’m loving it.  I can take any amount of this warm weather and  sunshine.   As a boy I used to watch the Masters golf tournament on TV from the […]

A Message from Duncan-April 15, 2024

  “Being Part of Something Bigger Than Yourself.”   Those are the words of a 51-year-old Australian psychologist named Kate Russo. caught up with her as she was traveling to Uvalde, Texas to experience her 14th total eclipse of the sun.  14.  Isn’t that a little excessive?  I mean, it’s interesting and all that… […]

A Message from Duncan- April 02, 2024

Happy Easter!  Or is it? It’s undoubtedly Easter.  My phone says so.  What’s more, my Prayer Book tells me it will continue to be Easter until May 18th (it’s 50 days, remember).   No, my unsettling headline relates not to the word ‘Easter’, but the other one – ‘Happy’.  Is 2024 REALLY a Happy Easter, or […]

A Message from Duncan- March 26, 2024

Roll Away The Stone There were times when I thought the Christian life was a joyless sack of crushing burdens.  ‘Don’t do this, refrain from that, resist the urge, deny the flesh.’  That’s what I believed.  Don’t do the things you want to do.  And those things you don’t want to do – good deeds, […]

A Message from Duncan- March 19, 2024

Befriending Your Enemies … and one enemy in particular.  We know it as ‘the tummy rumbles’, ‘the stomach growls’, ‘the snack pangs’ and ‘feeling peckish’.  Yup.  Hunger.  THAT enemy.  Befriending hunger.  There’s a thought. In the last month I’ve been writing about the ancient Christian discipline of fasting.  Well done if you have gotten this […]

A Message from Duncan- March 12, 2024

Expectations are Just Disappointments that Haven’t Happened Yet.   Well, that was cheery.  Way to go on the old ‘Lenten solemnity’, there Rector! I don’t want to be Duncan Downer.  I know that expectations can be really positive things.  But let’s just make sure that what we expect is realistic, shall we?  If you expect […]

A Message from Duncan- March 04, 2024

Fasting: It’s not a Piece of Cake.  Obviously.   “It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it.”  At least, that is what the great Ella Fitzgerald sang, and who am I to disagree?  She’s onto something.  Doing good is great (obviously), but how you go about doing it is crucial.  Don’t […]