Since I’m no longer recording a full worship I thought I’d structure our times together here a little bit different.
I’ve titled this one “Sabbath Chat” to more reflect this new format.
A cup of tea or coffee, a scripture, and a meditation will be part of this moving forward. I know that some of you really enjoy my singing so that may become part of this time once again. Stay tuned for more information.
If there is more you’d like to see or hear please do let me know.
May you find a blessing during your Sabbath time.
May you find a blessing today and everyday. Give thanks always. May God watch over and keep you. Amen.
Some days the heart is full; others feel empty.
How about a fresh start?
A week later and I’m still thankful.
As we are blessed we continue to bless others. This week we remember those who do not have their daily food needs met.
We pray to find ways to support and share with those who work in the field of food justice.
Blessings, Pastor B.
The seasons come and go but in all things and at all times we give thanks. Thanksgiving weekend in Canada arrives the 2nd weekend in October. We share with family, friends, and our communities the abundance that we see in our lives.
We gather for a festive meal – usually turkey, potatoes, etc. and then there are the pies! Oh yes the pies!
As we give thanks we enjoy the food prepared and the conversations shared. Many folk are gathering for the first time in months or perhaps years and so stories are shared of missing each other and all the holidays spent apart.
Pandemic protocols are still in place but this year we can gather. (much different from last October) Thus, we give thanks.
The Holy and Divine in our lives is more fully present to us when we offer thanks. Truth is, that presence is ALWAYS there – what’s missing is our awareness; our gratitude.
This weekend and moving forward, give thanks for all our daily needs that are met. We pray for those who have not had those needs met and ask the Spirit to help us find ways to help.
How about you? What’s on your thanksgiving list today? How will you help others have their needs met?
Blessings to all. Happy Thanksgiving.
Today we tune in to a conversation between the Great I Am and Moses. We could call him “Moses the Reluctant”.
So many Bible heroes/heroines were unsure of themselves but they trusted in God.
Will you say YES today when called by God?
“The Lord will provide”
Our next steps? What’s on your to do list today?
- Go! Do! Shine your light today!