I am a very fortunate woman. More times than I can count, the coin has landed my-side-up. I have been blessed by every thing and every one who has ever crossed my path; even if I did not know it at the time. The challenges and setbacks have taught me powerful things, and the delights and triumphs have washed me in Grace. To be anything other than grateful would be ridiculous.
Thank you for allowing me to share this bit of my journey with you. Thank you for listening to the (sanitized) dialog that flows within my skull. It has been my pleasure.
St. Alban's Parish is a vibrant and diverse Episcopal Church in Washington, DC near the National Cathedral. We come from every walk of life, every culture and context, and every corner of this region.
St. Alban's Parish is active in the city, engaging social issues, and making the reconciling love of Christ known in word and deed. We have ministries for children, youth, young adults, adults, and the elderly. We have outreach programs that address homelessness, poverty, the environment, and hunger. We believe in being open and inclusive to all people no matter disability, age, income, gender, race, or sexual orientation. We welcome the faithful, the seeker, and the doubter, because God's embrace is wide, and God's good news is for all people. We want you to come, participate, grow in God's love, and become a part of the Body of Christ at St. Alban's!
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We will miss you so much. Good luck and please keep in touch…
Your Daily Cups have been powerful and real; they’ve touched me deeply. My thoughts and prayers go with you as you begin your new position. We will miss you!
Your Daily Cups have been very powerful as you’ve shared your vulnerabilities and learning experiences. I wish you many blessings in the new chapter of your life and know that you will be missed here. — Anne Richardson
Annemarie, I have no idea where you are going, but I am very clear that God has much to cherish in you, wherever you are. Jews have an expression: “She is remembered for a blessing”…and you, my sister, are indeed remembered for a blessing. You have been a blessing to me. b’shalom, pat bleicher
I will hugely miss the warmth and wit and candor of the spiritual-journey reflections you share with us, Annemarie! Laura