December 23, 2022

The last few days, my friends have opened our conversations with their concerns about sadness. “So many have died. There is so much sickness, hunger, war…” My heart joins theirs in this heart felt lament. Celebrating Christmas is difficult for many. Today, I feel God is calling me to offer you this Christmas story. Our…

August 1, 2022

Hearing Aids of Faith? I read lips a lot, and have learned to face people during conversation, so I can get by without my hearing aids at least for a while. At night I carefully place my hearing aids in their charger. Some mornings I’m so busy, I walk right by and forget them. Eventually,…

May 1, 2021

Today, as I leave April behind and step into the sunshine and flowers of spring our Easter story still lingers in my heart. This morning’s “Daily Bread Devotional” drew me back to Jesus’ washing his disciples’ feet. Reflecting on the question, “How do we continue to wash one another’s feet today?” these thoughts came to…

The Love at Home is Holy
February 23, 2021

Rev. Nancy Wilson, minister at Keene United Church, emails a reflection to our congregation every day. It’s a wonderful way to help us all feel connected and to nurture our faith. A few weeks ago, she called us to look at the places we consider to be sacred in our lives. Today, I’m sharing Nancy’s…

February 2, 2021

For the last month, Tom and I have been learning about Youtube and I-movie editor. Our goal was to make a video and upload it to my Youtube channel. The learning curve felt as steep as climbing the Rockies. We did our best to get it done on our own. Once again, we are aware…

November 13, 2020

How Do We Become God’s Faithful People. In today’s world, tradespeople are highly valued. Qualifying as a skilled trades person is a lengthy process. After three years or more of college comes another two or three year apprenticeship, working beside a master of the trade. Covid 19 has made it safer to learn all we…

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