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Tending the souls of individuals and communities

The Reverend Julie Morris is a Priest in the Episcopal Church committed to nurturing the spiritual life of individuals and communities with compassion and joy. She was one of the founders of the Abundant Table Farm and currently leads retreats, workshops and Bible studies; offers spiritual direction and support to individuals, couples and families; provides supply ministry and consulting to parishes; and is a leader in local ecumenical and interfaith collaboration. Julie seeks to be a faithful disciple of Jesus living with authenticity and openness to the Holy Spirit. A guiding scripture passage for her is Micah 6:8, "What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?" Along with the 14th century poet, Hafiz, Julie sees the spiritual journey as that of becoming more human. In a poem, Hafiz said, "You asked me if I thought your visions of God were true, I would say that they were if they make you become more human, more kind to every creature and plant that you know." (Hafiz, Becoming Human). Contact Julie by email below if you are interested in exploring her spiritual care offerings for individuals, small groups, churches and organizations. [ *The Celtic Love Cross logo image is used by permission of Wild Goose Studio in Ireland. It is the work of artist Kathleen Smyth wildgoosestudio.com. ]

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