Welcome to Enter the Bible

Here you’ll find a wealth of resources to help you grow in your faith, add depth to your Bible studies and truly discover the people, places and events of the Bible. Think of Enter the Bible as your guide, a helpful reference tool to accompany you in your reading of the Bible.

Visit often! We hope you Enter the Bible every time you open the Word.


Visit the Mission of St. Clare, an ecumenical web site offering daily Morning and Evening Prayer using the order set out in The Book of Common Prayer



Take time for daily prayer

Easter VII…coming out even…

© 2017  Frank B Crumbaugh III

Albrecht Dürer was a Renaissance man literally, living 1471-1528, and in the larger connotation of the phrase, being remembered for a vast body of work including engravings, paintings, treatises on mathematics, proportion and form, and his work as a goldsmith. He is of course best remembered for his woodcuts. He enjoyed the patronage of Maximilian I and Charles V, and was a contemporary of da Vinci. Dürer is remembered with Cranach the Elder and Grünewald on 5 August in the Church’s calendar; I have long admired Dürer’s work, and chose his 1511 Mass of Saint Gregory as the art for my ordination Mass card.





Learn More About the Sunday Scripture Readings

Read commentaries on Sunday's readings from the

Old Testament, Psalms, New Testament, and Gospels. 
Listen to the weekly Brainwave Podcast

the Scripture texts for the Sunday. Go to Working Preacher


Read Father Frank's Commentary on This Week's Lesson:

7:30 AM | Sunday Holy Eucharist ~ without music​​​

9:30 AM | Sunday Holy Eucharist ~ with music

8 AM | Tuesday Lectionary Study Group
12 PM | Wednesday Holy Eucharist in the Chapel

Spring 2017


Reflect on Sunday Scripture Readings using Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina is a weekly framework for a faithful and respectful reading of the Scripture readings for each Sunday. Go to the Lectio for this week at the American Bible Society. 


Sunday Worship
Living the Message and Meaning of Sunday Worship All Week

The Episcopal Church of the Holy Innocents 

What does it mean when we hear "The Church is in Transition"? Click here to read Father Frank talk about CHANGE.