For the Birds

I woke up early this morning with an urge to take my morning prayer outdoors. With just a hint of light behind the clouds speeding overhead, a strong north wind heralding the coming cold front, a quick cup of coffee warming my insides, and my blue windbreaker over a...

Holy Week Photos

After the stripping of the altar on Good Friday. Peter collecting firewood Preparations for the Holy Saturday bonfire! Candles in the barn (photo by Johanna Young)

Holy Week & Easter Service Schedule

We hope you’ll join us! Maundy Thursday (March 24th): Join us for a community supper and services in Canterbury! 5:30-7:00pm (Feel free to bring a dish to share! Please email Chelsea at chelseascudder@kairosearth.org for more details if you plan to attend.) Good...
Of Seeds Buried in the Earth

Of Seeds Buried in the Earth

“Very truly, I tell you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies,  it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.”   John 12: 24   These 30 words are, for me, as close as one can get to a one-sentence summary of the mystery of...
Sacred Ground

Sacred Ground

Dear Friends, It was almost eight years ago, on the morning of June 22, 2008 that I woke up wondering, “What is sacred in our world? What does ‘sacred’ mean? How do we even have public conversations about sacredness?” I carried these questions with me when...