Step away from the Comic Sans

"Geeks for God" on fonts: Step away from the Comic Sans

Senior Moments: Open enrollment begins November 15 at healthcare.gov

Senior Moments: Open enrollment begins November 15 at healthcare.gov

St. James', Upper Montclair collects bountiful harvest of food, shoes and diapers for needy

In the news: St. James', Upper Montclair collects bountiful harvest for needy

Farewell reception for Kitty Kawecki

Join us for a farewell reception for Kitty Kawecki on December 9

Fall 2014 National Gun Violence Sabbath Weekend

Fall 2014 National Gun Violence Sabbath Weekend

At Thanksgiving, reflections on Ferguson

A message from Bishop Beckwith: "At Thanksgiving, reflections on Ferguson"

Bishop Beckwith's Blog

The Thanksgiving holiday has been inconvenienced by an early snowfall; and the spirit of gratitude which accompanies the holiday has been blunted by the tragic reality that continues to emerge from Ferguson, Missouri. The weather may make it difficult, and in some cases impossible, for people to gather for the Thanksgiving meal. The events in Ferguson yet again expose how difficult, and in some cases how seemingly impossible, it is for people in American society to move beyond the prejudice and racism which have been woven into our nation's fabric – and work together as communities that offer equal justice and freedom for all.

In the News

[Montclair Patch] “It’s amazing,” said the Rev. C. Melissa Hall, surveying the boxes and shopping bags filling the St. James Episcopal Church parish hall. “Look what’s happened. It’s the loaves and the fishes!”

"Geeks for God" Blog

The announcement that a dyslexic Dutch designer (say that three times fast) has created a font to make reading easier for fellow dyslexics has intrigued my inner font geek and got me thinking about the designs and uses of fonts, both in print and online.

Bishop Beckwith's Blog

As we approach Thanksgiving and Advent, there are issues in the world that have grabbed our attention, and provide opportunities for us to respond – in study, giving and prayer. I highlight four of them.

Announcement

Once again the Episcopal Diocese of Newark will offer daily meditations during the season of Advent, which this year begins Sunday, November 30.