This late afternoon on Thanksgiving Eve I walked, as I do often, along the Nashua River Rail Trail. Walking has lowered my cholesterol and my blood pressure, heightened my sensitivity to God’s beautiful creation, and cleared my mind to think deep thoughts and ponder...
A NIGHT TO REMEMBER! Walks are continuous between 5:30 and 7:30 PM. Come any time for a 20-minute guided walk on the journey to Bethlehem, including animals, music, and warming fires. After the walk join us for refreshments. Donations are accepted and will be given to...
“During my journey through life I have moved in and out of agnosticism and even atheism, as I became bewildered by what mankind has done to God; and so, too often I see God in man’s image, rather than the other way around. But I cannot live for long in this dead-end world, but return to the more open places of my child’s intuitive love of God, where I know that all creatures are the concern of the God who created the galaxies, and who nevertheless notes the fall of each sparrow. And from the darkness I cry out: God!”
Madeleine L’Engle, The Irrational Season, 1977
Dunstable Evangelical Congregational Church
518 Main St., Dunstable, Massachusetts 01827 (978) 649-6251