In God's Image-Photography as Spiritual Practice

July 8, 2021

Dear Friends,

A happy and safe Labor Day weekend to you. We thank God for everyone who labors growing and harvesting things, nurturing people, teaching, serving, making things from meals to buildings, organizing, advocating, creating beauty, and so much more. Blessings on your work and your rest this weekend as we try to squeeze all the last, best, bits out of the summer.

This Sunday in worship, we will explore photography as a new way of seeing each other and the Sacred around us. It is also Communion Sunday, so bring something to feast on—bread and juice, doughnuts and coffee, toast and tea...whatever you like best for celebrating the holy meal that Jesus first shared with his closest friends. We will gather online this week.

On Sunday, we are also bidding goodbye (and thank you, and maybe good riddance!) to online worship as we have known it since March/April 2020. Stick around after the Postlude for an outtakes reel of some behind-the-scenes bloopers. Then, make your church plans for NEXT week, Sept. 12th, when we will welcome Pastor Jennifer back from sabbatical and roll out our livestream system. You can participate in worship on 9/12, here at church in person, with a mask on OR at home online. Choices are amazing!

As you worship, and whatever you do this weekend, may you see God’s peace and wonder everywhere.

Peace,

Laura

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September 2, 2021

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