Christianity that is lived in the community benefits more from glorious confusion, then from strict adherence to doctrine.
Three members of the United Church of Jaffrey spoke this morning. Laurie Alden, Carol Naas and Jessica Mahoney all gave beautiful and moving tributes to what the church means in their lives. I do not have the text, so if you would like to experience these lovely speeches, you will have to listen […]
I can tie the laces of my spiritual poet boots and go for a hike on Stewardship mountain, without the least pang.
….while we may not, have access to the BIG STORY, we do have access to the small story.
To live a spiritual life, is to live a life that is awakened, alert, heightened, vulnerable, attentive.
A spiritual life is a removed-shoes life.
We earn peace, by putting our prayers into action.
December 7th 1941. November 22nd 1963. September 11th 2001. What was it about these days that caused them to completely alter the way we understand our world?
…the place to examine the interplay between truths universal and aspirational is right here in church…
I took a deep breath, closed my eyes, and leaned into the falling water.
Jericho Road, is a dangerous road. It is also a compassionate road.
It is a road that can lead to violent death and it is a road that can lead to healing.
It all depends on who is traveling on that road.