Cumberland Heights Blog: Sunday Service May 17, 2015

**Audio of Service**

Cumberland Heights (Phil Martin pics) 048 smThis amazing fellowship that we are all invited to be a part of teaches us that we can have an active role in the world and learn to love God, ourselves, and one another deeply enough that we don’t have to be “of” the world. Instead we find ourselves “of” God and “of” a spiritual life in recovery. We can love and we can say to someone else, “in this place, in this program we will love you until you can learn to love yourself.”   This world can be a difficult place, but you don’t have to go it alone. God is with us amid the challenges so that we not only survive but actually flourish. God continues to be with us, strengthening us and ready to use us to care for each other.”

John 17: 6-19

Rev. Carrie Fraser, MDIV, LMFT, CADC
Director of Pastoral Care Services

 

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