Category: Rev. Ruth’s Reflections

Rev. Ruth’s Reflections October 15th, 2021

October 11 was national Coming Out Day and I want to give a shout out to all the brave LGBTQ+ folk who proudly stepped forth to share with their family and friends their deepest, truest selves! Thanks to those who participated in our … read more.

Rev. Ruth’s Reflections October 8th, 2021


What an exciting and meaningful weekend we have scheduled!

Tonight is our Halloween Party for families and everyone who loves children! I will be attending as a pirate (think “Smee” from Peter Pan) and decorating my Prius hatch as a Monster … read more.

Rev. Ruth’s Reflections October 1st, 2021

Robert Hamma writes in Earth’s Echo of the power and immensity of the ocean and the genius and perfection of each water molecule.

Our small, brief lives are lived within the immensity. There is beauty in the smallness and there is beauty in the vastness. … read more.

Rev. Ruth’s Reflections September 17th, 2021


Drip, drip drip! What dark, wet days we are living in this week!

The mammal in me wants to crawl under the covers and hide until the sun comes back out. However, there are other animals who relish this environment.

I was delighted to … read more.

Rev. Ruth’s Reflections August 27th, 2021


What a wonderful first month it’s been!

In spite of increasing Covid rates, raccoon raids, possum parties, and rodent races through my pastoral library, and a/c challenges, I have so enjoyed getting to know some of you, recording sermons with Josh, making … read more.

Notes from Rev. Ruth August 13th, 2021


What a wonderful, busy week it’s been!

Thanks to Shari Allen & the Lauers for providing home hospitality while I hunted for new digs. Thanks to Jane Park, John Drury, Bill White, John Holt, Amy Weisberg and Josh Ashley for their time … read more.