For the last few weeks, George Floyd’s voice saying “I can’t breathe” has been playing on loop in my head. It haunts..
This Sunday is Pentecost, the day we often refer to as “the church’s birthday” when teaching children about the liturgical calendar. While..
As good and faithful Presbyterians, our inability to gather in person won’t stop us from getting together virtually to praise God —..
Despite being separated from the noise of the larger world, moments of silence are few and far between right now. As..
Over the last several weeks, our children have been asking seemingly simple questions that don’t have definitive answers. When can we play..
One of the best things about stories is their ability to transport us to a world different than our own. Access to..
In honor of Earth Sunday, this activity reminds us that the cycles of creation continue, even while our lives are seemingly disrupted. ..
Unanticipated surprises can be wonderful. An email or text from an old friend, a free doughnut at your favorite bakery or even..
For the last several weeks we’ve been following saint David Bowie’s directions: Turn and face the strange changes. Now we come to..
Stay-at-home order. Shelter in place. Quarantine. These are terms I never thought I’d be teaching my child, much less living under. With..
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