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Category: Church in Greensboro

Inspired – The Bible as Story – Part 2

By The Rev. Deacon Joe Dzugan   January 22nd, 2023   Your browser doesn't support audio. Please download the file: audio/mp3   Lectio Divina – Divine or Sacred Reading-(Download)   Opening Prayer – Prayer of Awareness Light - golden light, fresh from the source. Colors - creation’s colors calling our senses. Life – life in its oneness, life in its manifold oneness all from You. You are the Sun... Read More
Posted by Mark Hamby at Jan 25

Sacred Earth; Sacred Soul - Celtic Christian Wisdom & Spirituality for the Here and Now – Part 7

By The Rev. Deacon Joe Dzugan   Sacred Earth; Sacred Soul - Celtic Christian Wisdom & Spirituality for the Here and Now – Part 7   November 6th, 2022     ***NO AUDIO THIS WEEK***   Opening Prayer For rest in the night and the day’s busyness, for the silence of the winter earth followed by spring’s energy and summer’s fruiting, thanks be to you, O God. In the pattern of the seasons, in the rhythm of... Read More
Posted by Mark Hamby at Nov 9

Sacred Earth; Sacred Soul - Celtic Christian Wisdom & Spirituality for the Here and Now – Part 6

By The Rev. Deacon Joe Dzugan   Sacred Earth; Sacred Soul - Celtic Christian Wisdom & Spirituality for the Here and Now – Part 6   October 30th, 2022 ***NO AUDIO THIS WEEK***   Opening Prayer Made in your image, formed in your likeness, we carry your life within us, O God. In every person, in every race, in every nation on earth, O God, we look for your presence and long for your peace. J. Philip Newell, Celtic Treasure –... Read More
Posted by Mark Hamby at Nov 2

Sacred Earth; Sacred Soul - Celtic Christian Wisdom & Spirituality for the Here and Now – Part 5

By The Rev. Deacon Joe Dzugan   Sacred Earth; Sacred Soul - Celtic Christian Wisdom & Spirituality for the Here and Now – Part 5   October 23rd, 2022   Your browser doesn't support audio. Please download the file: audio/mp3     Opening Prayer In the making of the creatures, O God, you called the senses into being and named them as good. In our tasting and touching, in our smelling, hearing, and seeing may we be... Read More
Posted by Mark Hamby at Oct 26

Sacred Earth; Sacred Soul - Celtic Christian Wisdom & Spirituality for the Here and Now – Part 4

By The Rev. Deacon Joe Dzugan   Sacred Earth; Sacred Soul - Celtic Christian Wisdom & Spirituality for the Here and Now – Part 4   October 16th, 2022   Your browser doesn't support audio. Please download the file: audio/mp3   Opening Prayer In the rising of the sun and its setting, in the whiteness of the moon and its seasons, in the infinity of space and its shining stars you are God and we bless you. May we know... Read More
Posted by Mark Hamby at Oct 19

A Deacon’s Reflection: Seeing the Sacred – Celtic Christian Wisdom and Spirituality for Today

By The Rev. Deacon Joe Dzugan   I remember fondly, or at least I do now, my mother often telling me after I was not able to locate different items she would ask me to get for her, and after I constantly would ask her, “Where is it?“: “Joe, I do not understand why you could not find it, it was right under your nose.” At those times in my childhood, I just figured I did not have my mother’s way of seeing.   In this Deacon’s... Read More
Posted by Mark Hamby at Jun 22

Coming Clean: The Great Burnout of 2022

by Felicia Coleman June 15th, 2022   It was a defining moment in my life. I was a junior in college. Before class started, I was chatting with some friends and we were comparing who had gotten the least sleep that week. I “won” with nine hours over the span of three days. Once the professor commanded the attention of the room, we all turned to face the front as if we had just had the most casual “the weather is lovely today” type of conversation.... Read More
Posted by Mark Hamby at Jun 15

Listening for The Heartbeat of God, Celtic Christian Spirituality – Part 10

With The Rev. Deacon Joe Dzugan   April 3rd, 2022     Your browser doesn't support audio. Please download the file: audio/mp3     Listening for The Heartbeat of God, Celtic Christian Spirituality – Part 10   Opening Prayer for Tuesday Morning   As daylight breaks the darkness of night, as the first movements of morning pierce the night’s stillness,  so a new waking to life dawns... Read More
Posted by Mark Hamby at Apr 4

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Church Office Hours (In-Person):

M-Th | 9:00am - 3:00pm

 

Day ​School Hours:
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Contact Email(s)

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