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Rev. Jill

Jill’s United | March 2021

By Rev. Jill

What are your memories of Holy Week and Easter? Maybe growing up or with your own family?  Different families and faith communities have such creative and beautiful ways to celebrate the resurrection, this victory over death. Like many of you, I celebrate with dyed eggs, flowers, food, family, and at…

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Jill’s United | February ’21

By Rev. Jill

Lent is a season of ever-increasing light. It begins in darkness, with ashes. How dour? Often when I talk about Lent as a “season of austerity or suffering” I get blank stares back as if people are asking, “why would we ever choose austerity of our own volition?” This past…

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Jill’s United – November 2020

By Rev. Jill
2020...the last stretch. Thanksgiving...into Advent. I want to reach out through the screen, give you a hug, and wish you and yours a warm Thanksgiving. This year we all feel the acute loss in our own ways as we are alone or may feel lonely. This past week we have...
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Jill’s United – October 2020

By Rev. Jill
Who doesn’t love the BeeGee’s song “Stayin Alive”? While we all need a little Disco pick me up every once in a while, this also may be the theme song of 2020. Our surge capacity is long since gone and life is not back to normal or predictable in any...
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