Rev. Peggy  McDonagh
September 27, 2020
Rev. Peggy McDonagh
Minister of Congregational Operations and Worship


1 John 4: 7-21 and a quote from Neale Donald Walsch

Rev. Peggy McDonagh closed her 'semonizing'  with a poem by Shernaz Wadia that summarizes today's service. 

Drop a word of cheer and kindness,

Just a splash and it is gone,

But there are a half-a-hundred ripples

Circling on and on and on,

Bearing hope and joy and comfort 

On each splashing, dashing wave

‘til you wouldn’t believe the volume

Of the one kind word you gave,


This was the final service in a six service series: Sacred Earth; Sacred Work. The Text for Rev. Peggy's thoughts this morning is attached as a file and the worship folder can be found on MINISTRIES/ADULTSPIRITUALDEVELOPMENT.