Many thanks to everyone who added their words and images to this year’s daily devotional…
Bill Albritton continues to lead Coffee & Conversation, a weekly study at Saint John’s in Duxbury; he also coordinates the parish’s prayer ministry. His thoughtful additions to this yearly offering began in its first year, and continued every year since.
David Anderson is a retired Episcopal priest living outside Philadelphia, and author of Breakfast Epiphanies and Losing Your Faith, Finding Your Soul. You can check out more of his writings at his blog, Finding Your Soul.
Riley Anderson was an undergraduate when she created her Fowl Caught In a Snare and From the Stump of Jesse in 2015 and 2016.
Linda Benningfield-Hasham is a two career retiree and long time Harley Davidson rider from Canon City, Colorado. She is starting a blog – Chasing Away the Shadows – soon to be up and running.
Donna Ciulla is a member of Zion Episcopal Church in Manchester, Vermont, where she sings in the choir, serves as a Eucharistic Minister, and leads the Stephen Ministry. She lives with her husband and son in Arlington, Vermont. She also organizes the readers for Sunday worship services.
Phil Ciulla is a semi-retired house painter who lives in Arlington, Vermont, with his wife, Donna, and their son, Zack. He is a member of Zion Episcopal Church in Manchester, Vermont, where he sings in the choir. He is a Eucharistic minister, and leads the Stephen Ministry with his wife, Donna.
Donna Eby is coordinating the Sunday school program at Christ Church Parish in Plymouth, MA. Her words and images have graced this seasonal blog for many years.
Bryan Fredrickson recently retired from his law practice in Colorado; he and his wife moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, for their next adventure.
Dave Fredrickson is the priest-in-charge of Zion Episcopal church in Manchester Center, Vermont. He is a coauthor of a soon-to-be released book: Being Church in a Liminal Time: Three Images to Shape Your Congregation’s Future.
Jill Fredrickson recently moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico – after a few months of retreat in Taos – for her next post-retirement adventure. Her words and images have graced this devotional for many years.
Margaret Hill loves God, self, and neighbor in Duxbury, Massachusetts and at Christ Church Parish in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Her art has graced this blog and many homes.
Jeff Jones is a retired minister and field education teacher for seminarians. His book, Being Church in a Liminal Time: Three Images to Shape Your Congregation’s Future, will be released soon.
Marcia Meinerth retired seven years ago, leaving the New York/Connecticut area and moving with her husband to Vermont. A lifelong Episcopalian, she heads the Altar Guild at Zion church.
Robin Nielsen offers her talents as an altar guild leader in the diocese of Massachusetts, and in her home parish of Christ Church Episcopal in Plymouth. She has offered her words and images to this project for several years.
Thom Nordquist passed from this life into the embrace of God, leaving behind a loving family and the beauty of his art.
Sharon Walker is a Product Manager at S&P Dow Jones Indices in New York City. She lives with her family in Manchester, Vermont, and calls Zion Episcopal her home for loving God and neighbor.