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Episcopal Church of Our Saviour - Secaucus, NJ - Crest

We warmly welcome single persons, people of all races and families of every kind.

 

Sunday Service:
Holy Eucharist at 9:30 am

Child care is available

 

Church of Our Saviour
191 Flanagan Way Secaucus, NJ 07094

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Tel: 201-863-1449
Fax: 201-863-1474

Barbara Lewis, Priest
MLewis@secaucus.org

Dorothy Fowlkes
Pastoral Associate

 

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The Church of
Our Saviour
in the Town of Secaucus, New Jersey

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Cloister Books
A series of small books on prayer and spirituality

 

When you find a book you like, simply click on its title to find more information or begin the ordering process from Amazon.com. Your purchases help support our public service outreach programs.

Books identified with * are available for free loan through the Secaucus Public Library and the Bergen Country Cooperative Library Service.


Cowley Publications, publisher of the New Church's Teaching Series, has a series of books on prayer and spirituality called Cloister Books. The title is drawn from the monastic custom of walking slowly while reading or meditating in the monastery cloister, a place of silence, centering, and calm. In the pages of these books you will find a similar space in which to pray and reflect on the presence of God.

These gift-edition books are designed to be smaller in size: 5" x 7" and about one hundred pages, with graceful covers in matte finish and convenient flaps (as in hardcover books) that serve as bookmarks while reading. They are books to be read over and over, and make thoughtful gifts.


Barbara Brown Taylor's When God is Silent, is a consideration of how we are to speak and preach about God in a world where words are abundant, cheap, and often meaningless.

 

 

 

Martin L. Smith, SSJE's Love Set Free: Meditations on the Passion According to St. John, is an ideal book for Lent and Holy Week, as well as for other times of the year.

 

 

 

Donna Schaper's Sabbath Keeping offers reflections and suggestions for keeping sabbath in the midst of busy and distracted lives.

 

 

 

John Claypool's Mending the Heart, is a wise and pastoral look at the wounds of grief, grievance, and guilt.

 

 

 

Sam Portaro's Crossing the Jordan: Meditations on Vocation provides insight into the meaning of our work and life vocation.

 

 

 

Herbert O'Driscoll has written a rich memoir of his childhood in Ireland in The Road to Donaguile: A Celtic Spiritual Journey.

 

 

 

Suzanne Guthrie's Praying the Hours takes us through the monastic hours as points of centered prayer in busy, over-scheduled days.

 

 

Margaret Guenther offers reflections on prayer and the spiritual life through her meditations on Psalm 62, My Soul in Silence Waits.

 

 

 

Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold offers meditations on the jubilee themes of reconciliation, re-creation, redemption, and reordering in Going Home: An Invitation to Jubilee.

 

 

Mystical Hope

 

In Mystical Hope: Trusting in the Mercy of God, Cynthia Bourgeault explores the hope that is firmly established on the bedrock of God's mercy.

 

 

Sensing  God

 

Roger Ferlo, a priest noted for his teaching on scripture, offers fresh insights into the stories of the Bible in his latest book, Sensing God: Reading the Bible With All Our Senses.

 

Christ's Passion

In Christ's Passion, Our Passions Margaret Bullitt-Jonas not only takes us to the foot of the cross of Jesus, she invites us to consider the breadth of Christ's healing, saving love for us, for those we love, and for the whole creation.


* BCCLS
* * Secaucus Public Library

 

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The 100 Best Spiritual Books of the Century

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