January Newsletter

A New Year’s UpdateWe have arrived to 2022. A new year with new intentions, opportunities, blessings, and obstacles. We have had an intense couple of years and for many of us surviving has been…

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December Newsletter

Entering AdventAdvent has come and we are called to enter it. The season of expectant waiting, of discernment, cultivating silence, hibernation, of hope, joy, peace, and love. Yet, this Advent feels strange. Most years…

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November Newsletter

“Being” Grateful “Prayer is sitting in the silence until it silences us, choosing gratitude until we are grateful, and praising God until we ourselves are an act of praise.”  Richard Rohr I love this quote…

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October Newsletter

Thin Places“from birth to this day I find myself in thin places, geo-spiritual spaces where I experience God unfiltered. In these place where beauty runs rampant I contemplate the artistry of the Divine One who beckons…

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September Newsletter

Journeying Together“We’re all just walking each other home.”― Ram Dass All of us are on a journey we can’t make alone. It requires community, friends, and loved ones to walk with us. We need other…

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July Newsletter

Resurgent SummerJuly is here and despite a difficult year plus, so are we. Entering into the peak of summer, enter into our new normals as we experience the relief of the fading pandemic but…

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June Newsletter

Big Announcement We hope you will join us for this special event.Solstice on the Prairie: A Celebration of Light, Mindfulness, and Connection. Join us for a celebration of the solstice on the prairie. Together we will…

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May Newsletter

Turning Soil of the Earth and Soul We have fully arrived into Spring. Easter and Lent behind us yet resurrection always and forever in front of us. Resurrection is our reality. Tulips and daylilies…

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March Newsletter

Marching Towards Easter SundayMARCH UPDATE March is here and with it has come so many signs of resurrection. After brutal cold that left many of us powerless, both metaphorically and literally, the songs of…

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