The Work Continues Even When the Building is Closed

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March 22: Service with Rev. Mellen Kennedy via Zoom,  Link:    https://zoom.us/j/6130779853

March 29: “In Grief and Love, We Need Each Other” with Charis Boke and Rev. Mellen Kennedy, via Zoom.  https://zoom.us/j/987611874

In her poem Wild Geese, Mary Oliver invites us: “tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine.” In this simple line is contained a deep truth, which is that all around us, our companions on this planet are carrying secret pains that we may know nothing of. And that we ourselves might be reluctant to share our own. The other thing this invitation offers is an opportunity-to connect, through a shared understanding that suffering and grief and despair are as intimate and perhaps as necessary a part of existence as anything else. And that in our connections we may be liberated into a gentler way of being together. Today’s service will explore the relationship between grief, connectedness, and thriving.

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