Anne Thatcher


Anne Thatcher hails from Walla Walla, Washington, where she is a member of the Diocese of Spokane. She currently attends the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, where she spends her precious free moments cycling, hiking with her large labradoodle and tango dancing. Anne spent the fall of 2012 as an exchange student at Westcott Theological College in Cambridge, U.K., and she is currently working on a research project on Episcopal Church discernment processes.


February 24, 2013

Genesis 15:1-18 What was Abram thinking when God responded? I imagine it might have gone something like this: “Why are you telling me not to be afraid? Your warning only makes me more afraid. You are my protector? Where have you...

November 3, 2012

Deuteronomy 6: 1-9 In this passage we are commanded to love one another. This is not a recommendation or piece of wisdom. There is no disclaimer such as “if you feel like it” or a promise of reward such as “if you want others to love...

May 6, 2012

Acts 8:26-40 God bringing redemption through human agents is one of the main themes of Second Isaiah (Isaiah Chapters 40-55). The passage quoted here is from Isaiah 53, and how fitting that Philip appears on the scene just as the...