On this holiday set aside to honor those who served and to mourn those who have died in war, who do we remember and how? What are some of the national, local, and personal memorials that keep alive the memory and the legacy of war … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Sally White
In the middle of his song “Fruitcakes,” Jimmy Buffett says “there’s a thin line between Saturday night and Sunday morning.” What kind of line is that? And how do we hold that line – or make it disappear?
In common speech, we often use the terms Grace and Mercy interchangeably. But theologians and world religions make distinctions between these two qualities – and how they play out in our lives. This morning, let us consider Grace and Mercy. Bob Thomas bought this service … read more.
Transpiration is the process by which plants release water into the air – making it possible for the plant to take up more water through its roots. Can we use transpiration as a metaphor for the flow of other things through our lives – things … read more.
In the summer of 1938, biologist Rachel Carson first visited Beaufort, and fell in love with the sand dunes of the outer banks, and with the mysterious relationship between shore and sea. In celebration of this Earth Day week, Sally Davis and Rev. Sally will … read more.