From the Minister's Study - October, 2019

When to reach out to your minister:

  • When you don’t know your minister, but would like to…
  • When you are facing a problem with your job, children, parents or anything or anyone else where a listening ear might be helpful…
  • When you’ve lost your job…
  • When you’re considering a new career…
  • When you’re having trouble in your relationship or marriage…
  • When there is illness or hospitalization. We won’t be able to visit and bring your congregational community’s love to you if you don’t let us know you’ve been hospitalized…
  • When someone close to you has died, is critically ill, is struggling or is facing an operation…
  • When there is a wedding planned…
  • When you are considering a divorce…
  • When you must make an important decision…
  • When you’re ready to design your own memorial service...
  • When you are pregnant and glad you are or wish you weren’t…
  • When you would like to have children but can’t…
  • When you need someone to talk with in confidence…
  • When you are facing a religious struggle…
  • When you have religious questions…
  • When you want to have your child dedicated...
  • When you are feeling joyful and want to share your joy…
  • When you feel ready to join our congregation…
  • When you are unhappy with our congregation…
  • When you are delighted with our congregation…

Our community is built on relationships in covenant. Everything we do in our lives with each other begins with a conversation. Please feel free to reach out whenever you feel the urge.

In gratitude and faith,

Rev. Meghann

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