On Living and Dying, Birthing and Being
Rev. Elaine Beth Peresluha
This multigenerational service will celebrate the lives of those who have passed on to the next place while expressing reverence and appreciation for our own living and being in this place. Today we reflect on SAmhain the day when the veil between the worlds is thin, honoring the mortality of our human bodies and the … Continued
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I come to East Shore because it reminds me of how to be in the world and to have hope.