Topic: Spiritual Practices
The sermon title is also a title of a book by Trebbe Johnson who advocates developing a sacred relationship with parts of the earth that are wounded by our actions. Rev. Hurley will share parts of the book and will also share her experiences with … read more.
As the dual crises of climate change and biodiversity loss worsens, many spiritual and religious traditions are finding a way to “green” their teachings. We’ll explore some of those approaches to build bridges to other faiths and the wider community of life.
So often in life, gremlins seem to thwart us. Unexpected glitches, unanticipated challenges, and incomprehensible confusions. Where to they come from, what can we do about them, how might we avoid them, and how might they even be helpful?
The Rev. Debbie Philp reflects on the shamanic practices that inform her work, spirituality, and purpose, and deepen her connection to the web of life.
Lynn McDonald and Peter Tighe will share personal narratives of their ongoing spiritual development.
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