Speaker: Lydia Patrick

A Wise Owl Once Said…

Looking for guidance does not involve a 360o head
turn, but it might mean stretching your vision and living into the

Lydia Patrick, Service Leader
Victoria Fashakin, Worship Associate

A Life Without Resolution

Can’t keep track of your New Year’s Resolutions? This year focus on something else … your breathing … in… and out… that’s it.
Well done!

Lydia Patrick, Service Leader
Lorena Gay-Griffin, Worship Associate

Expectations of Change

Waiting can be hard. You’ve heard the phrase, “Be the change you want to see…” Let’s talk about what that means. Baby steps.

Lydia Patrick, Service Leader

Miriam Patrick, Worship Associate

Moving On

Our journey is long – a lifetime of wonder and wander. A few steps, questions/answers… and then we move on.

Patrick, Service Leader

Gay-Griffin, Worship Associate

Finding Grace in the Jury Pool

Ever feel like you’ve been misjudged?  How about misjudging someone else?  We can all ‘pass judgement’ too quickly.  One solution is to just be still and listen…and let it be….then grace can arrive with quiet compassion.

Lydia Patrick, Service Leader

United – We Answer

All over the world humanity feels a call to action of some sort or another.  We feel angst over the future.  We feel the need to stand up, to reach out, to answer, to argue, to support, to heal, to clean ourselves up and get … read more.

Beloved Community: A Space to Hold On To

While we can spend a lifetime with friends and family building and shaping a community of love and commitment to each other –  sometimes holding space for beloved community is what allows peace to enter into the conversation.

Lydia Patrick, Service Leader.

Ember Webb, Worship Associate.

Humble is as Humble Does

Working on our own humility might not mean holding back on our talents or gifts but putting them out there, regardless of the outcome.  This is the way mother earth works and it seems to work for her.  Just do what comes naturally – you … read more.

Come On In – The Door is Open!

How do we open the door and let others in without getting footprints on the new carpet?  How do welcome without giving in?  How do we listen without interrupting?  Do we?  But more than all this, why should we?  (Because….. we should).


Lydia Patrick, Service Leader.

Lorena … read more.