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Poetry and worship seem made for each other. There we are, gathered to share our understanding of a power-that-is-beyond-understanding, and we are convinced that more words will make it clearer.
It can be a challenge to compose a funeral or memorial service when you know the gathered group will have a range of religious persuasions.
The din of our modern world works against staying calm and centered. Some days the best thing you can do for your state of mind is turn off your smartphone.
Christ has no body but yours,
No hands, no feet on earth but yours,
Yours are the eyes with which he looks
Compassion on this world,
Just as progressive Christians have found new symbolism for the bread and wine of communion, so too we look for new words with which to express the ancient ritual of baptism.
Gathering for worship is rather like a chance to recharge your batteries.
“What does communion signify to you?” If you ask that question in a safe-to-tell-my-truth group, it’s often surprising what variety comes forth.
Where do you feel welcome? Where do you feel like you have “come home”?
The human species is evolving. Along with the physical changes and the consciousness changes comes a natural evolution in our understanding of the Sacred.
Long summer days and warm weather help us slow down, take time, find some moments to “do nothing,” allow our creativity to emerge, and generally give ourselves permission to relax.
How bleak the world would be without mystery! Even as science daily moves the line between the known and the mysterious, there is always more mystery.
To celebrate the feast day of Mary Magdalene is to celebrate an archetypical strong female leader. Preacher, teacher, the one disciple who really understood Jesus’ message… she was truly “apostle to the apostles.”
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