Reflection 3.21.18


The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference. The opposite of art is not ugliness, it’s indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, it’s indifference. And the opposite of life is not death, it’s indifference.

~Elie Wiesel

This Sunday + Este domingo: 3.25.18


This Sunday + Este domingo
March 25, 2018 + 25 de marzo de 2018
Palm Sunday + Domingo de ramos

10:30 am:  Bilingual service + Servicio bilingüe
Sermon + Sermón: Rev. Steve Yamaguchi

Moment with the women of Holy Week + Momento bilingüe con las mujeres de la Semana Santa







Reflection 3.20.18


Holy Week and Easter 2018 + Semana santa y Pascua 2018


Reflection 3.19.18


We think of monks as being remote from the world, but Saint Benedict, writing in the sixth century, notes that a monastery is never without guests, and admonishes monks to “receive all guests as Christ.” Monks have been quick to recognize that such hospitality, while undoubtedly a blessing, can also create burdens for them.

A story said to originate in a Russian Orthodox monastery has an older monk telling a younger one: “I have finally learned to accept people as they are. Whatever they are in the world, a prostitute, a prime minister, it is all the same to me. But sometimes I see a stranger coming up the road and I say, ‘Oh, Jesus Christ, is it you again?'”

~Kathleen Norris, Dakota

Reflection 3.18.18


This Sunday + Este domingo: 3.18.18


Immanuel's Blog

This Sunday + Este domingo
March 18, 2018 + 18 de marzo de 2018
5th Sunday in Lent + 5º domingo en la cuaresma

10:30 am:  Sermon in English: Rev. Andrew Schwiebert
Sermón en español: Annie Aeschenbacher

Bilingual communion + Comunión bilingüe


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