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Thank you!  Hope you can Zoom in with us

Nov. 22
"Dust to dust:  Lessons in resilience from rotting rocks" 

Marcia Bjornerud,
Geology professor from Lawrence University

 

“We humans have long striven to deny our corporeality, preferring to define ourselves as intellectual or spiritual creatures.  In a time of pandemic, the stark fact of our physical nature becomes hard to ignore.  But if we feel in any way diminished by the idea of consisting of mere matter, maybe it is because we’ve underestimated matter. In this meditation, we will consider the deep wisdom in geologic processes and how they can be an antidote to existential angst.”

 

Marcia Bjornerud spoke for us on the last Sunday when we could be in person last March.  We’re happy she is willing to return virtually!

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Nov 29
“50 Shades of Gratitude”
Rev. Jim Coakley

 

Acknowledging that we are about to enter a long holiday season during a pandemic, we seek to maintain resilience through a mindset of sufficiency and gratitude. Let us begin a communal spiritual practice of lifting up all the shades of gratitude in our lives for 50 days.

 

Rev. Coakley is the minister for Stevens Point, Green Bay, and Fond du Lac.

Where are we?

620 Park Street, Manitowoc, WI 54228

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Along the shores of Lake Michigan

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