In these past days, largely chilled and sunless as we move through the darkest time of the year, the topic of death seems to be recurring. Several of you have shared stories of loved ones and acquaintances who have recently died, and of course … read more.
We have talked a lot lately about separation, divisions, and silos. I am inspired by the author naming Holiness as Forever Oneness. Bee Lake, an Aboriginal poet, reminds us of the sacredness of Oneness, and how we learn through each other when immersed in it. … read more.
Election day is finally here! Our hearts are hopeful, with anticipation and perhaps some interwoven anxiety as well. I am choosing to look at the results of this election as an opportunity for new beginnings.
This poem by Lisel Mueller beautifully illustrates what hope looks … read more.
Please contact Susie Ems (see your church directory, or email [email protected] for her email address) if you want to be on the Sanctuary team. We will need volunteers for time and supplies both if we should be called upon to be a sanctuary church once … read more.
Today we celebrate the Autumnal Equinox, better known as the first day of autumn. With summertime behind us, I will resume sending Love Notes, and thought it fitting to do so with a poem in celebration of the turning of the season.