For All The Saints

We die with the dying: See, they depart, and we go with them. We are born with the dead: See, they return, and bring us with them. - T. S. Eliot, Little Gidding, from Four Quartets Heather and I had a fine dinner up in Mercer Saturday night, celebrating the 10th Anniversary of my Ordination, which is November 4. We had been at the same place in the spring, and tentatively left my name there for a reservation Saturday, thinking ahead. (We are planners) Heather called them over the summer and confirmed the date for us, using her name, but when we showed up Saturday there was a table with her name, Kenvin, and then a table that said, "Wilson." We asked about the Wilson table, and the h

What's Happening Now

What’s Happening Now Rev. Mark D. Wilson I watched some t.v. shows in the 1970’s that were probably a little too mature for my young self. I remember being miffed when Watergate pre-empted All in the Family. I laughed with Laugh In - “Sock it to me!” - and cried as I laughed with MASH. When Donny Osmond broke out his tubular keytar, well, that was about as good as it got for a boy learning how to play “If,” by David Gates and Bread. For a small-town Maine kid, 70’s t.v. also showed me the lives of people of color, as t.v. wanted to show them to me: Good Times, Chico and the Man, The Jeffersons, Sanford and Son, and The Flip Wilson Show. I loved Flip. Maybe it was the name. Besides hi

But then we shall see face to face . . .

Before you start, please read the texts for this Sunday here: https://lectionary.library.vanderbilt.edu//texts.php?id=164 If God had a face What would it look like? And would you want to see If seeing meant that you would have to believe In things like heaven and Jesus and the saints And all the Prophets - Joan Osborne, One of Us God made us male and female alike in God’s image - God is trans! - but that hasn’t stopped us, lo these last few thousand years, from us trying to make our image of God. It’s the genius of the second commandment: no graven images, no idols, no thing that we can point to and say, “Here is God.” Which is to say God is nothing even as God is in everything: love, and

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