By Reverend Bobbie McKay, Ph.D.  •  December 02, 2021

At this time each year, we are invited into a trilogy of seasons:  the end of summer; the entrance of fall and the amazingly beautiful season of Advent.  It is as if God prepares us for the birth of the Christ Child with endings and new beginnings.  

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By Rev. Kristen Orion  •  August 12, 2021

The most profound blessings we will ever know meet us in the place of our deepest loss and inspire us to choose to live again.                        Jan Richardson,..

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By Rev. Beth Long-Higgins, Executive Director of The Ruth Frost Parker Center for Abundant Aging  •  August 05, 2021

I spent some time with my sister, our mom, and her two cousins recently. We went to visit the town that was home to multiple generations of my mothers’ extended family...

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By Rev. John Gantt  •  July 29, 2021

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By Rev. Catherine Lawrence  •  July 22, 2021

Creation Scripture begins with beautiful imagery of the divine formation of creation. Psalm 24:1 reminds us: “The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it, the world,..

Rooted in Love

By Rev. Ruth Fitzgerald  •  July 15, 2021

Three common words-- Rooted in love. Three words of scripture-- Rooted in love. Three words.

Rooted in Love

By Reverend Bobbie McKay, Ph.D.  •  July 08, 2021

Sometimes words strike us with a special force and penetrate our spirit with their  “rightness”.  They don’t have to be complicated or powerful.  They don’t have to..

A Blossoming of Hope

By Reverend Bobbie McKay, Ph.D.  •  July 01, 2021

In the last five years, death became the center of my life.  Uninvited and not sought, this intruder entered my life space and appeared to have a permanent plan of..

Blossoming Hope: Hope Endures

By Rev. Ruth Fitzgerald  •  June 24, 2021

“Hope” is the thing with feathers— That perches in the soul— And sings the tune without the words— And never stops—at all—                                      Emily..

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By Rev. John Gantt  •  June 17, 2021

We couldn’t help ourselves! When we practiced the anthem, we giggled. Valleys and corn stalks laughing, clapping and singing? You can listen to that portion of the..