Author Archives: Rebecca Crummey

About Rebecca Crummey

I am an Episcopal priest, photographer, wife, daughter, sister, aunt, friend, yoga enthusiast, and foodie.

Relinquishing Control, Lenten Meditation

Here is a link to a Lenten Meditation that I did for the Episcopal Diocese of Colorado. Following the link below will also connect you to other thoughtful meditations from the season. http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=u7d6btbab&v=001bX0lc4lcuhOR27y0GCUdLiGpLaY5i75rwSFticlv3WOmlFsjuot6s4zFtpS5jJ_ZnbcL3ppE-sh_FsAul9ui7iqcz17kpy4I8D2935iYFNMX4287zq7ZmbSwPo8Xz7nC_-WMoPcUGjzvSwXzK_phlK1qfq5fz9FkX6T2h4qFknFCKLw8Bl8Shg%3D%3D

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Practicing Rest

My grandmother used to say “I heard that on tv!” what she meant was, the tv was on while she was ironing, mending or puttering. She could not sit still unless it was to have a conversation with someone, and … Continue reading

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Finding God in the Snow

It’s true, that usually by February, a lot of people are fed up with the snow. It has been coming for most of the winter, it requires a lot of work to remove it and make room for our cars … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

Being a relative new comer to the happy, healthy romantic love arena, I have had every type of emotion about Valentine’s Day you can imagine I went through all the stages of hating it, hating myself, and being cynical and … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday – love breaks through

Almighty and everlasting God, you hate nothing you have
made and forgive the sins of all who are penitent: Create and
make in us new and contrite hearts, that we, worthily
lamenting our sins and acknowledging our wretchedness,
may obtain of you, the God … Continue reading

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Practicing Faith

I wonder if people on a spiritual quest are flocking to yoga instead of Christianity because yoga is taught as a practice. Yogis take their practice to the mat, and there are obvious levels that people can strive for. The … Continue reading

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Joy

Driving home from celebrating the Eucharist at a Denver day shelter, yesterday morning, I felt a profound sense of joy. I had just spent an hour doing what I have been created to do, it was a perfect start to … Continue reading

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