Posts By: Grayden Daniels

Franciscan Incarnational Theology

ThirdSpace met yesterday (Wednesday) evening at Holly House to learn about Franciscan Incarnational Theology. A member of our community introduced the subject, followed by questions and discussion. Incarnation instead of atonement. (Richard Rohr). Franciscans never believed that “blood atonement” was required for God to love us. Our teacher, John Duns Scotus (1266-1308), said Christ was… Read more »

Easter Sunday.

  We met in the park on a bitterly cold Easter morning to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.     Our worship included contributions from most of those gathered, here are just a selection: Stand in a close circle Welcome friends to Third Space Jesus is risen All: He is risen indeed – Hallelujah Widened… Read more »

living peacefully on earth

Richard Rohr’s Daily Meditation From the Center for Action and Contemplation Living Peacefully on Earth To live non-violently—both toward humans and nature—requires that we recognize God’s image in each living thing. We cannot be violent toward someone or something when we see the divine in them. My friend and nonviolent activist John Dear recently published… Read more »

Lenten Worship.

We met in the park on a mild early spring morning. Our worship focused on Lent with help from Richard Rohr and Dale Ryan. Call to worship Lord God, early in the morning when the world was young, you made life in all its beauty you gave birth to all we know.   This morning,… Read more »

The Parable of the Wedding Banquet

Yesterday our opening worship in the park began with a welcome: welcome to what you cannot see to what you cannot control to what you cannot ignore to what you cannot hide from welcome the welcome is universal the entrance is free the invitation is open the hand is extended the time is now….. welcome… Read more »

Pigeons and Pentecost

    This morning (28/5/17) we met in the park under a wonderful weeping beech tree just by the river. It was particularly lovely to welcome old friends and so our opening litany of thanksgiving (see previous post) was especially meaningful in giving thanks for reunions. The birdsong that accompanied our worship was just amazing! Because we are… Read more »