During heavy rain events, stormwater flows from higher-elevation, asphalted housing developments on Sherwood Hill above the Sherwood campus to a gully behind the church. As a result, the campus is flooded with pollutants, debris, and sediment which move over the church and neighboring properties, then further downhill to heavily trafficked York Road. The polluted stormwater continues to Beaverdam Run, a tributary of Loch Raven Reservoir, and into the greater Baltimore drinking water supply.Read More
This week Bishop Sutton addressed the clergy and wardens of our diocese on best suggested practices for the Eucharist, including instructions not to intinct, if possible. For decades, studies have shown that the common cup is not a significant source of disease transmission. They have also shown that putting one’s fingers in the cup transmits significantly more germs into the chalice. Our churches and those across The Episcopal Church each have specific practices around the Eucharist that are unique to each community.Read More
The Right Rev. Eugene Taylor Sutton addresses the 228th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of...Read More
First, in a state with great food, the absolute best is found in church festivals and fundraisers. Maryland’s food heritage has been kept alive in the countless recipe books written in our parishes. From the tip of Southern Maryland to Baltimore and out to Oakland, recipes handed down for generations and new offering, brought by recent immigrants grace the tables in our parish halls.Read More
In the end, eight men fired ninety shots, and Jayland Walker was a dead man, discovered unarmed at the scene.
Lord have mercy.