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Summer vacation took me to Blue Hill Maine to a cottage on the edge of Bagaduce River where we watched the tidal waters flow in and out to the Penobscot Bay. Tall stands of trees - Eastern Pine, Fir, Oak, and Birch – stood in quiet witness while birds fed on crustaceans buried deep in the pockets of the emptied mud flats. Time feels different on tidal waters, like a long, slow breath moving in and out, again and again. In these times, these uncertain and oh so busy times, let’s pause at the edge of the tidal river, breathe in the briny air, look deep into the forest, and feel ourselves carried through time, witnessing to the delicate beauty of life unfolding all around us.
Rev. Alyson Jacks, Associate Minister
Daniel Jackoway, Worship Associate
Laurel Sprigg, soprano
Daniel Lockert, piano
Reiko Oda Lane, organ
Asher Davison, song leader
Jonathan Silk, Podcasting, OOS, Sound
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