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Reflections

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    Voice of the Angels

    The angel speaks to us “do not be afraid” and turns our attention to what God is doing right now.  In worship, we come together to sing and celebrate God’s presence in our midst. 

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    A Game We Can Win

    The Christian life is led believing that God works in and through chesed--a Hebrew word for loving-kindness.

  • Child Play

    Uncover Fun

    Dear church and friends, When Rachel was young, I didn’t have much time to myself but I did have time to play. Play is a time where you forget about […]

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    Turn and Return

    In that sacred space, all the struggles dissipated in a moment of clarity and connection with the Eternal One.

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    The Hook

    God is often found in the details. Yes, there are struggles, but when we look closely, we see a little something that helps us make it through.

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    New Way

    Imagine what it might feel like to be free of the fear of loss. Imagine a life of faith where what matters most is your connection to the Creator.

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    Look Up

    You are not alone. You don’t have to do it all. And, it may be you can choose, this day, to live differently, trusting God more to provide what you need.

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    God in the Midst

    God can be found in the things of this earth—in the birds singing outside, good food shared around a table, and a lover’s kiss.

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    Art of Hanging Out

    As we get back to work, to school, to lives made busier by the stress of the pandemic, it is good to remember to take time to hang out and receive.

  • Change is Opportunity

    Change is an Opportunity

    Change is all around.  One day it is hot; the next day it is cold.  Our bodies, not knowing how to respond, are unsettled, maybe even allergic to all this change.  And, church has changed too, hasn’t it?