Teach Us To Pray January 23, 2022

What has been called The Great Sermon of Jesus was assembled in The Gospel of Matthew from chapters 5 through 7. In the middle of this great lesson, we find instructions for praying (Matthew 6: 9-13). It has come to be known as The Lord’s Prayer, and it is recited throughout the Christian world. In a two-part sermon beginning this Sunday, Rev. Jean will share her insights into the metaphysical meaning contained within these familiar words.
Bring paper and pen so you, too, can create prayers that are personal to you based on these instructions.
Rev. Jean DeBarbieris

Web of Life January 21, 2022

I begin with this question:  Am I more afraid of dying from the coronavirus or of living in fear for the rest of my natural life? Disclaimer: This is a strictly personal reflection. I am not casting aspersions on anyone else’s decisions vis-à-vis COVID. It’s been two years to the…

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Lost, Party, Found January 7, 2022

The holidays are behind us once again.  That means fewer plates that I have to keep spinning around on poles.  A crazy image, to be sure, and one that may already be anachronistic to younger people!  Nevertheless, it’s appropriate for me. Christmas, Kwanzaa, and New Year’s bring a certain amount…

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Practice makes Perfect December 10, 2021

Maybe I was a weird child.  I don’t know.  Perhaps all children think deeply as they try to understand the world around them.  Surely, as children with limited experience, we all make assumptions that make sense to us at the time.  As we age, gather more information, and achieve a…

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