Sunday Service Podcast August 16th – Time Between Time

“I’m wondering if it’s that we’ve stepped out of clock time.  Not totally, not a hundred percent, but in many ways we have stepped out of clock time.”

Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig examines how the concept of time has changed due to the virus.  She weaves in historical contexts like The Spanish Flu, as well as contemporary understanding of everyday time, waiting time, Sabbath time, sequential time, and time apart.

The talk begins at 16:40.

Music comes from Amber Darland, a singer songwriter from Bellingham Washington. Ayn Dietrich read a piece on Sabbath from’s “Nurture Your Divine Soul” booklet. Rose Harrow Miller led a garden meditation, and Abbie and John Doran presented the offering.

Go here for the full service video.

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