A Dresser of Sycamore Trees: The Finding of a Ministry

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A lay Episcopal minister in Vermont recounts his vocation and how faith fits into everyday life

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A DRESSER OF SYCAMORE TREES: The Finding of a Ministry

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An overwrought account of a churchman's daily life, written by an English teacher who serves as ``lay vicar'' of a small Vermont parish. Keizer seems to be a likeable and earnest young man; he is ... Read full review

A dresser of sycamore trees: the finding of a ministry

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In this follow-up to No Place But Here ( LJ 9/1/88) Keizer, an Episcopal minister, reflects on a decade of ministry to his parishioners and the townspeople of Island Pond, Vermont. He confronts ... Read full review


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