I preach every Sunday at St. David’s in Richmond, Virginia, and from time to time am invited to preach elsewhere. Here are a few of my favorites.
A pastor struggles to reconcile an incarnate faith and to embody such faith to others as she battles breast and lung cancers through surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy in the midst of a pandemic that forces her parishioners to worship virtually or socially distanced, without touch.
You can find links to essays, poems, and book reviews here. I also review books for Kirkus, but can’t tell you what or when!
The Rev. Elizabeth Felicetti is an Episcopal priest and the rector of St. David’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia (www.stdavidsrva.org). In addition to writing weekly sermons, Elizabeth has had personal essays and book reviews published in Christian Century, The Other Journal, The Episcopal Café, Kirkus Reviews, jmww journal, Grief Diaries and Modern Loss, and has been nominated for a Pushcart.