Worship Services

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Wishing for a Magic Wand

February 02, 2020

What do we do when there is no easy fix, for grief, for conflict, for our families or the world? Wildflower's Community Minister Rev. Erin Walter will share songs, stories, and spiritual practices for sustaining ourselves in what can be a dreary season of the year -- and for whatever season you are experiencing in life.

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