Certainly A Columba Day Like No Other! Come for a drive-by Columba Day celebration on Sun., June 7, 12 - 1 pm. Just follow the bagpipe music! St. Columba's staff will be on hand to greet parishioners in the "Highlands of Tenleytown" at the corner of 42nd & Albemarle, rain or shine. Decorate your car with some Columba spirit and follow the "parade route," down (south) on 42nd, and right (west) on Albemarle St. Join us as we Live God's Love at a social distance!
May 28, 2020
As we together cross the threshhold of 100,000 Coronavirus deaths, you are invited to a virtual gathering with readings, music and prayers for people to express their laments in this time of pandemic. Led by the Rev. Susan Flanders, this service will be held Sun., June 14, 5-6 pm. Register here: tinyurl.com/SCECServiceOfLament Call-in instructions will follow.
May 17, 2020
In case you missed it ... The Rev. Ledlie Laughlin held a Rector's Forum on Sun., May 17, with the parish wardens, treasurer, and other leaders discussing recent decisions and plans underway for St. Columba's future. Recorded in Zoom webinar format, parishioners heard from senior warden Steve Smith, junior warden Abigail Gorman and treasurer Tim Massad, as well as the Rev. Amy Molina-Moore and Karen Sprague in this hour long session. Click here for the recording.
May 14, 2020
The St. Columba hymn holds a special place in the hearts of our parish, and we'd like to invite you to share your voice as part of The Columba Hymn Project. It's easy ... just download the music and recording of the St. Columba hymn. Make a video of yourself with your smartphone, singing along with the recording, and then share it with us. We'll create a virtual congregation for our online Columba Day celebration!
May 13, 2020
You're invited to join a new book group focusing on loving partnerships amidst the backdrop of our "Lockdown." Reading "We Do: Saying Yes to a Relationship of Depth, True Connection, and Enduring Love" by Stan Tatkin, this group reflect on our committed, loving partnerships and become more conscious about how and why we choose couplehood.
May 7, 2020
We encourage you to read this statement from Bishop Mariann Budde (Episcopal Diocese of Washington), Bishop Eugene Sutton (Diocese of Maryland) and Bishop Susan Goff (The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia) entitled "Turning Toward the Future with Caution and Hope," focusing on a phased approach to regathering as Church.