Beginning on December 7th, we will offer a Tuesday evening Series based on The Beatitudes. Extending through December and January, five sessions will be held on Tuesdays, via zoom from 6:30-7:45 pm. There will be one in-person session in the middle of the series where we will gather in Harris Hall following 10:00 worship. 

  • Session 1: Tuesday, December 7th - Living with Openness to God
  • Session 2: Tuesday, December 21st - Thirsting for What is Right
  • Session 3: Tuesday, January 4th - Living Transparently
  • Session 4: Tuesday, January 18th – Peacemaking 
  • Session 5: Tuesday, January 25th - Living as Citizens of God’s Kingdom
  • Session 6: Tuesday, February 1st - Foundations

Our hope is to learn and grow together by sharing personal reflections on the Beatitudes, as we prepare for the birth of Christ and seek the wisdom of Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount. Several folks from the Renewal Works team will be speaking to you each week from the lectern during the month of November explaining more about this offering. Please plan to join us for any or all of these gatherings! For more information, CLICK HERE.

Resources for Staying Healthy in Mind, Body, and Spirit: 

One Minute Prayer Every Night!

Prayer Time Each Evening

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

Young Boy Soprano, Aksel Rykkvin (13 years) Singing Mozart

Gloriae Dei Cantores – Expand Your Musical Experience!


Pray As You Go: WebsiteApp on iOSApp on Google

Sacred Space: WebsiteApp on iOSApp on Google

Forward Day by Day: WebsiteApp on iOSApp on Google

Jesus Calling: WebsiteApp on iOSApp on Google

My Utmost for His HighestWebsite

Book of Common Prayer: Website

SSJE: Website

Daily Prayer: WebsiteApp for iOSApp for GoogleEpiscopal Church Sermons That WorkNH Episcopal Diocese

ChurchNext TV: Website


Daily readings, prayers, and meditations from National Council of churches

COVID 19 Wellbeing Toolkit from Dr. Patricia Gianotti *Excerpted from Kerry Foods Wellbeing Tool Kit, Dublin, Ireland

From the Episcopal Church Website

Click Here to direct you to the Episcopal Church of NH Response and Resources- Facts, not fear. Clean hands. Open hearts.

Now available: Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry‘s weekly “Habits of Grace” meditations during the #COVID19 outbreak have been built into a new limited-series podcast offering from The Episcopal Church. Simply search “Habits of Grace” in your favorite podcast player, or follow one of the links below to popular apps. 

(You can also simply ask your smart device to “Play Habits of Grace Podcast”)


Apple Podcasts: