Sunday, April 24, 2011

Happy Easter

A bit late in the day, but I wanted to use a photo from today:

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Faith On Film: Pecos Pueblo II


Ruins of the 1621 Church looking towards the Altar area.  The Church was destroyed in the 1689 Pueblo Revolt.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Faith on Film: Pecos Pueblo

We'll spend Holy Week touring the Pecos Pueblo Ruins.


Perhaps best in Color.  But it was an overcast day, and I did what I could.  Here we are looking out from the Sanctuary through a side door.  These are all Mamiya 6 photos.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Faith on Film: Pomp, Circumstance and Processions

Sorry, no Palm Sunday photos.  So instead we will process through the Glastonbury Pilgrimage, which I attended in 1990. Unfortunately canceled this year due to a lack of funding.  Hopefully they can find a way to have it next year.  it is a wonderful ecumenical event.







The Glastonbury Abbey fell victim the Henry VIII abbey closures and was destroyed.  It is also the fabled burial site of Arthur and Guinivere.



Sunday, April 10, 2011

Faith On Film: More Sacred Circles

Labyrinths are symbols of spiritual journeys first appearing in Christianity in the 12th Century.

Labyrinth at First United Methodist Church, Boulder

And represent a modern focus of meditative worship........


Labyrinth at RMCC

Friday, April 8, 2011

A Person in my Picture?

Oddly, I'd never noticed the woman standing in the corner before last night.  Strange that we often see what we expect to see, rather than what's actually there.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Faith on Film: Salisbury Neighbor

We don't discriminate against Pagans here, since honestly many Christian Traditions have very Pagan Roots (for me those are sometimes the best parts).  So we acknowledge an Earlier Salisbury Tradition:

Because some places just seem to be spiritual foci, they are inhabited again and again 
as sites of worship.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Last bit of snow......

Sorry I've been a bit under the weather........



We had our probable 'last' snowfall on Monday.  Last year the persistent late snowfalls ruined my daffodils and tulips.  Hope for better luck this spring.