It is my hope that you are healthy and well. In this uncertain time when we are isolated from each other, your KCC family wants you to remember that your spiritual and emotional health is just as important as your physical health. For that purpose, we have collected some resources for you to use on your own time for your emotional and spiritual health practices. We’ll be adding more in the weeks to come, so if you have one that you’d like to share, please pass it along to me.
Prayer & Mediation
The Serenity Prayer written by UCC forebearer, Rev. Dr. Reinhold Niebuhr
The Center for Action and Contemplation Daily Devotional by Father Richard Rohr
The Neumz Project of Benedictine Nuns offering Gregorian Chant
A free guided meditation to calm one’s heart and mind by Tara Brach, PhD.
Your Emotional Health
The Suicide Prevention Lifeline has a number of resources available for folk of all ages.
A wonderful website called KarunaVirus (Karuna is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘compassion.’) that has a myriad of resources and news.
A gentle stretch recommended by the UK’s National Health Service.
A “Good Job” Message for parents from our good friends over on Sesame Street.
Just for Fun and Smiles for the Whole Family
Dolly Parton Reads a Bedtime Storie
John Krasinki’s (from the Office) Some Good News
Do-Re-Mi (from the Sound of Music) the COVID-19 version.
It is our hope that these resources will lift your hearts and fill you spirits, bring a smile to your face and be well.
“Love is patient. Love is kind. Love bears all things, hopes all things, endures all things.” (I Cor 13)