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Wednesday Wisdom: Are You Called Like Esther For A Time Like This?

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This week’s #WednesdayWisdom—following last week’s election and a holy “Oh, Hell No” from Rev. Lola Wright—comes from the Book of Esther, mentioned in Rev. Lola’s message last Sunday. It tells the story of a Hebrew woman born in Persia, Esther, who eventually is named queen by the ruling king, Xerxes. Learning of an impending massacre to her Jewish people within the kingdom, she successfully intercedes on their behalf, risking her own execution to ultimately become the savior of her people. Read More

New Theme For November: “Service As Sacred Medicine”

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This month we transcend our individual wants and needs. We are invited to release our attachments to self and hold our desires lightly. In the spiritual practice of Sacred Service we surrender to a purpose greater than ourselves. Sacred Service is the practice of contributing and serving humanity, our brothers and our sisters without any expectation of renumeration or praise. Read More