Category Archives: The Rev. Jered Weber-Johnson

God’s Good News

Over the past two years at St. Alban’s I have been confronted by and pondered often our pithy slogan… “We welcome the faithful, the seeker, and the doubter…”  You know the one – on the side of our mugs, in … Continue reading

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It changes everything?

On Easter Sunday, Barak Obama, like most of you, went to church.  And, like most of you, the message he heard was about the significance of Jesus’ resurrection.  I haven’t ferreted out a copy of the sermon preached at Shiloh … Continue reading

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Keep Watch

Ever since Jude was born, Erin and I have incorporated the practice of family evening devotions into our life.  As a part of our devotions we always say a prayer that is a familiar piece of our Episcopal tradition out … Continue reading

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The pilgrim path of Holy Week

The church Erin and I served as missionaries in Taiwan did Holy Week with great devotion and energy.  Palm Sunday we processed over a half-mile through the muggy air around a university campus past gawking students and lazy banyan trees, … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Peter Gomes

I can remember the first time I was introduced to the good Reverend’s work.  I was an undergrad studying theology in a largely conservative evangelical school, and a professor recommended we all read the Good Book by Peter Gomes.  I … Continue reading

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