Suzanne E. Watson
The Rev. Suzanne Watson has served in congregations in California, New Zealand, Connecticut and on the staff of the Presiding Bishop in New York. She is currently exploring a call to medical missionary work, and just completed her first semester of medical studies at St. George’s University in Grenada, West Indies, where she is also serves as a priest.
Sermons and Bible Studies
Wesley Frensdorff was the bishop of Nevada in the early 1970s. He also served as assisting bishop of Arizona and interim bishop of Navajoland. He was one of the early […]
Southern California is a maze of concrete freeways: two lanes, four lanes, eight lanes, high-occupancy vehicle lanes, special-use lanes, bus lanes, peak-hour reversible-direction lanes, and more. A literal maze of […]
The architecture of Saint David’s Episcopal Church in San Diego, California, is quite intriguing. From the parking lot, a long, winding path leads to the sanctuary, landscaped with trees and […]
Picture this scene. Thereâs a person we will call âSamantha,â who is a good, faithful Christian. She has attended church most Sundays for about a decade. She volunteers when needed […]
A few years back, the Thompsons were invited to celebrate their fortieth wedding anniversary with their oldest daughter. To commemorate the coupleâs ruby anniversary, their daughter had invited them to […]
James Hewett writes, âGod did not save us to be a sensation. God saved us to be servants.â Todayâs gospel reading provides a remarkable contrast between sensation and servant. In […]
âAnd suddenly from heaven there came a sound like the rush of a violent wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting. Divided tongues, as of fire, […]
Collect: Almighty and everlasting God, increase in us the gifts of faith, hope and charity; and, that we may obtain what you promise, make us love what you command; through […]
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