Sunday, January 2, 11am YouTube and In-person
Rev. Kathy Harrington, Interim Lead Minister
and Joyce Hooley Gingrich
Wholeness is never lost; it is only forgotten. – Rachel Naomi Remen, Kitchen Table Wisdom
What have you forgotten about yourself? What might need to be undone in order to free yourself to be who you are? “Wholeness is never lost; it is only forgotten.” Poet Charles Bukowski once asked, “Can you remember who you were, before the world told you who you should be?”
Join us for a service designed to help to rediscover and restore the wholeness we have forgotten. The service will be structured around a powerful four-point spiral developed by environmentalist Joanna Macy in her Work That Reconnects. Point One is grounding ourselves in gratitude. Point Two is honoring our pain. Point Three is Seeing in New Ways. And Point Four is Going Forth.
As we move into this brand new year, let’s pause to honor our wholeness before we dive into resolutions designed to fix or change ourselves.