And...Episode One of “The Walking Dead” is complete! We heard Carl’s confession and his episode-long call to his loved ones to reset their moral compass so that his vision of love and peace might become reality. Awwww...R.I.P. Carl. And then...NEEGAN!!! A great night and wonderful to reconnect with friends for the first time in months! Next week, we do it all over again!
The Tampa Bay Times invited The Rev. Canon Michael P. Durning and The Rev. Adrienne Hymes, of the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest of Florida, to share their views about Ash Wednesday falling on Valentine's Day this year. Their quotes are closer to the end of the piece.
THREE Ash Wednesday Services will be offered at St. Anselm's on Wednesday, February 14 at 7:30am/12:00pm/3:00pm.
On this Transfiguration Sunday, St. Anselm's Chaplain, The Rev. Adrienne Hymes, served as guest preacher at St. Boniface Episcopal Church on Siesta Key in Sarasota. The feast day of the first Black Episcopal priest The Rev. Absalom Jones (observed on February 13), was acknowledged today. The sermon link follows. https://boxcast.tv/…/st-boniface-church-choral-eucharist-10…
Ash Wednesday services will be held in St. Anselm's Chapel. Three services are offered: 7:30 am/12:00pm/3:00 pm.
Come before classes or work; Come at lunch; Come at 3:00 pm.
St. Anselm's celebrated the lives of students who departed this life in 2017 with their families and friends at the annual USF Student Memorial service. Chaplain Adrienne Hymes provided the reflection for the ceremony, and served alongside Judy Genshaft, USF's President, as well as deans and other administrators. The ceremony was emotional with so many broken hearts and an abundance of testimonies to God’s powerful presence in the midst of inconsolable grief. May the families feel the powerful healing of the Holy Spirit moving in and through them restoring them to wholeness.