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The Art of Healing

February 24, 2019

The journey of life can deliver us many bumps, bruises and cuts – physically, emotionally and spiritually. This can make life seem an ongoing struggle of being hurt then healing or trying to heal from our hurts. Healing can take many forms and much of the work we do in religious community is helping each of us heal holistically from the trials and traumas of life. This worship service will explore some of the roles our religious community has in our healing.

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