Dear Friends,

 We hope that you are safe and well.

 Today's Meditation presents "Small Kindnesses" by Danusha Lameris. It comes to us courtesy of Mary Burke.

 We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.

Dear Friends,

 We hope that you are safe and well.

 Today's Meditation presents "La Biblioteca is a Doula" by Magdalena Gomez. Her spirit asks, What "perfumes your imagination?"

 We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.

Dear Friends,

 We hope that you are safe and well.

 Today's Meditation presents "A New Lens" by Marilyn Pagan-Banks.

 We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.

Dear Friends,

Happy St. Patrick's Day!  We hope that you are safe and well.

 Today's Meditation presents a reflection on Celtic Spirituality that celebrates the thin places where God breaks through and touches us, sometimes in conscious ways and sometimes more deeply. Enjoy Christine Valters Paintner's "12 Celtic Spiritual Practices to celebrate God in our world." What a blessing that we are spiritual companions to each other!

Dear Friends,

 We hope that you are safe and well.

 Today's Meditation presents Jan Phillips' poem on "What is a Mystic." It comes to us from Donna Gaspar--it reminded her of our Sunday Eucharist theme.

 We invite you to join us as we commit ourselves to working tirelessly to end systemic and structural racism in our society, in the church, in healthcare, in the workplace--wherever it shows up so that everyone may come to have more abundant life. May this meditation nourish our contemplative-active hearts and sustain all of us in action.