Hints of the Numinous in the Ordinary

Dr. Wheatcroft says: As I gain in years, I find temporal things less valued, yet often more respected. Many of them are quite necessary for quality of life and so they are deeply intrenched in our memory and psyche, holding subjective and objective value. The great German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer once said, “There is meaning in every journey that is unknown to the traveler.” 

Join me for one such personal journey, deeply ensconced in music, but revealing how the numinous in the ordinary has changed how I now approach daily life. 

  • Service leader – Sheila Laursen  
  • Musicians – Kerry-Anne Kutz and Michael Cartile
  • Zoom host – Christopher Thomson  
  • On-line greeters – Michael Rooker and Irene Hausknost (J&S) 

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