Jim Friedrich is an Episcopal priest, liturgical creative, filmmaker, writer, musician, teacher and retreat leader. His itinerant ministry is devoted to religious imagination and holy wonder. He lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington.

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    • I am glad you found my blog. The subtitle is from T. S. Eliot’s “Four Quartets” and expresses something of what I’m after in this writing, finding thematic unity among sometimes radically different elements.

  1. So glad to have discovered your blog today. As a writer, an Episcopalian and struggling long-distance runner, I look forward to reading your posts and learning much. “Prove me, O Lord, and try me; test my heart and my mind” (Psalm 26.2)

    • Thank you for this, and welcome to the journey. As you will discover, the topics can be eclectic here, but I hope they always honor the advice of one of my greatest teachers, Robert McAfee Brown, who told my graduating class fifty years ago, “Don’t ever lose your sense of wonder.”

  2. Happy to meet you yesterday at St. Paul’s! I loved this Ascension reflection – thanks for sharing this.

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