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The Rev. Julia Rusling The Rev. Julia Rusling is priest associate at St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in Dunwoody, GA.

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The Rev. Julia Rusling is Priest Associate at St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in Dunwoody, GA.

She is also the founder and director of Anam Cara, a ministry of spiritual direction, retreats, and yoga therapy at St. Patrick's.

Before coming to the church in 2014, Julia served churches in Connecticut, New York, and Georgia.

She is a graduate of Oberlin College and Oberlin Conservatory, and earned her master of divinity from Yale University Divinity School. She's also done graduate biblical studies at Princeton Theological Seminary.


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The Rev. Julia Rusling

Julia Rusling: This Week's Day1 Sermon in Context

The Rev. Julia Rusling (TEC)

 

My Beloved Brothers and Sisters,

When I wrote this week's sermon for Day1 back in August, I had no idea the context into which it would be proclaimed. (In truth, I prayed as much as I studied and wrote as I struggled with this experiential vacuum.)  And so now, I continue fervently in my prayers that the Spirit may speak through the words spoken here to the churning of our nation, of our hearts, of our lives, of the core of our very being.

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The Rev. Julia Rusling

Julia Rusling: A Holy Disruption: No Lamb Chops Tonight

Isaiah 65:17-25

26th Sunday after Pentecost - Year C

November 13, 2016

The Rev. Julia Rusling (TEC)

 

The journey had been long. Forcibly removed from their homeland of Jerusalem, driven to live in exile in Babylon for nearly seventy years, the people of Judah are now, at long last, beginning their return home. They have such hope. Surely all shall be well and all shall be well and all manner of things shall be well.  

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