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Planet Water

Easily taken for granted, available at the turn of a tap, the water cycle makes possible our lives and our civilization.

You may have observed the spiral vortices that arise in flowing streams of water when the conditions are just right. They form, they grow, they move around -- sometimes even upstream -- and then they vanish. They never contain the same water for even two seconds in a row. Instead, they are emergent, ever unfolding patterns in the flow of the stream.

While we may seem solid to ourselves, we are in fact vortices: emergent, unfolding patterns in the flow of matter and energy, spirit and water.

On Planet Ocean (aka "Earth") water enacts a vast cycle: from ocean to cloud, to rain and snow, to rivers and lakes, to ice and glaciers, to groundwater and springs water is always on the move.

In our own bodies, in our homes, in our agriculture and in our industry we take in and redirect some of that flow. We have collectively become a key player in the water cycle. All the more reason to reflect upon and amend our use of water.

For the next month plus, we at the Garden Church are honoring the sacredness of water. Through scripture, prayer, ritual and instruction we intend to become better stewards of this precious resource.

Sunday Rhythm

3pm Work Together

4pm Worship

5pm Eat together grab and go style format

All Are Welcome

Come as you are, stay as you are able.

Drink up,

Rev. Jonathan

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