Author: Linda Hart

Homily: What Gets Us Through

A few weeks ago, Barbara Child mentioned that she wouldn’t be going back to Kent for the 50 year commemoration of the killing of four students on the Commons at Kent State University. In a private Facebook group she shared some memories of that day … read more.

Goodies from the May 3 Worship Service

Our Sunday service, Rev Linda reflected on the 50th anniversary of the shootings at Kent State University starting with words by Rev. Barbara Child.  Rev. Child was an English professor at Kent State that year and was on the Commons when the shots rang … read more.

Goodies from Worship – April 19, 2020

This morning’s service had some wonderful music included.  Our first song was written by Rev. Thomas Mikelson and has a beautiful tune.  Rev. Linda received word this morning that Rev. Mikelson died in the night after living with Alzheimer’s disease.  When contacted by a … read more.

News and Updates from Rev. Linda

We are right around a month into sheltering in place.  The shift from our usual life in the congregation has been abrupt and disorienting, but I think we are finding our way.  Have you been to our online worship services?  We are still gathering … read more.

Homily: Wisdom in Our Hands

How are you friends? How are you holding up?

Here’s a meme I saw this morning on Facebook:

“Eighth day of self isolation in my house and it’s like Vegas: we’re losing money by the minute, cocktails are acceptable at any hour, and no one knows what … read more.

Abundance and Generosity: A Homily

There are lessons that we have to learn over and over again. Many of them aren’t all that hard, but they don’t take the first, second or seventh or eighth time. Some of those lessons we never get completely right, or forget too easily … read more.

Worship and More: Find Us Online

Last Sunday we continued to learn about how to make an online community for worship.  This time the sanctuary was without worshippers.  Only our Intern Minister, Erien Babcock, Cindy Hackett, our Board Member, and I were in the room.  Honestly, it felt empty and … read more.