Prior Services

Sunday, December 6 – Watching the World Wander By

Watching falling snow is a practice of patience that reminds us that with each flake there is accumulation and change. During this time of year, when we hunker down and fill our time with expectant waiting, how do we look out on the world and find peace? Join Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty as she seeks the wisdom of the sages, across spiritual practices, and throughout time, to find the all-important places of stillness in our lives.

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Sunday, November 22 – Giving Thanks Near and Far

At different points throughout history, we have been separated from one another for different reasons. Challenges present themselves that keep us apart, but these are the times that help us to realize what we may have taken for granted for years: connection and being together. How will we gather in love and “Thanks Giving” this year with the spirit of celebration firmly planted in our hearts and minds? Join Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty in conversation about the joy of the season and the gathering of family (bio or chosen).

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Sunday, November 15 – Beyond the Tantrum

The pillars of emotional intelligence can help us to gain control of our lives and our responses to the triggers and buttons that reside, like landmines, just below the surface. We may be mildly aware of these “soft spots,” and unlike our IQ, which is a fixed number that we cannot improve, we can increase our EQ on a daily basis. Join Rev. Dr. Marjorie Matty as she expands on the six EI pillars and shares her thoughts about strategies with which we can refine our reactions to life and the triggers that sting.

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