Some think that the ability to nurture is one we are born with. You might hear people say someone is a great nurturer or they are not. The first place many learn to nurture relationships is in their families of origin. Yet, this is not a biological characteristic you either have or you don’t like black hair or blue eyes. Nor is it something we all were exposed to. Nurturing others is something we can learn and grow in ability at any age. Today, we will explore ways our words and actions can nurture, encourage, and pastor another person.
We will also be bridging high school students who have been nurtured in our community.
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In-person Religious Education is available for 5K – 8 during service. The High School group meets in person at 11:30 am. Sorry, no nursery care is available yet however, babies and toddlers are welcome to join the service.
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