Observing Birthdays and Anniversaries — A Family Grief Video

Over the last few weeks we have honored the anniversaries of birth-days and death-days of many people we care about. We know there are more to come. We don’t get too caught up in those anniversaries, but if we don’t acknowledge them, they can actually catch us...

How to Make Watermelon Cake

We are celebrating Pentecost today! Today, Sunday, May 31, marks the end of the liturgical season of Easter and the beginning of Common Time, the time for all things growing. I always notice the wind moving on this day. It always seems like a physical representation...

Mistakes, shame and recovering

It was a warm day several years ago when I set the car keys on the side steps of our house. Then, without engaging my brain, I tucked them into a basket in the top of the closet. A few days later, when my Dad arrived back from his business travel, his keys were no...

Praying with Mandalas

I’m practicing praying with mandalas. And I’m noticing the basic circular shape everywhere. One of the things I love about the option of praying with a mandala is that everything belongs. Everything can become a way to grow our experience of being loved by the Divine...

Faith at Home Podcast enters Season 3

Oh my goodness! Have you ever started a project and been unsure whether you’d have the gumption to stick with it? Or whether it would fly at all? When we started “Faith at Home” as our little studio for bite-sized practices for everyday faith two years ago, we had a...

5 Spiritual Wellness Practices for CoViD19

Wash Listening Practices and Journalling can be a part of at home faith practices 1. Wash your hands with soap and water (or alcohol sanitizer), wash your brain with deep breathing and wash your spirit with a breath prayer. Breath prayers are short phrases that you...