Podcasts around UNY
The Upper New York Communications ministry team launched the On the Mission podcast series in March 2023 and the Spiritual Practices with Rev. Nancy Dibelius in April 2023. Upper New York is home to many podcasts. Below are links of podcasts recorded and created by United Methodists of Upper New York.
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in these podcasts are those of the podcaster and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of United Methodists of Upper New York.
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Church in the Wild: Pod in the Wild
Sharing the words from worship of spiritual community, Church in the Wild is an alternative spiritual community passionate about connecting with and caring for creation. We meet every Sunday for worship at 4pm EST at Sky Lake Camp & Retreat Center in Windsor, New York. Find out more about us and our upcoming events at churchinthewild.org and follow us on Facebook & Instagram!
All voices are loved by God. The Common Table podcast reaches out to lift voices to inform, educate, and inspire ministries of justice as part of the Upper New York Social Holiness Team. Join producer and host Rev. Dr. Robin Blair for topics ranging from domestic violence to peace with justice in Isreal Palenstine.
Dangerous Liberal Lady Preachers
Dangerous Liberal Lady Preachers features Revs. Natalie Bowerman, Emily Huyge, and Jessica Glaser. Each podcast focues on progressive theology, sociopolitical issues, interfaith discourse, sociopolitical engagement, and a different way to “do” spirituality.
Everyday Sanctuary is a New Faith Community has a weekly five-minute guided meditation podcast to help people breathe deep and seek God. Episodes are focused on healing, anxiety, and spiritual reflection. Anyone can access the Everyday Sanctuary podcast for free on Spotify or Apple Podcasts.
Join Rev. Dr. Robin Blair as she interviews experts on parenting to discuss what's important when it comes to parenting, religion, and family life. This podcast takes listeners on a spiritual journey alongside experts on the challenges and joys of parenting. Guests include seminary professors, clergy, Catholic nuns, Imams, and Rabbis to focus on the love, not on our differences.
Reading on the Roc
Covenant United Methodist Church in Rochester invites you to join us for an engaging experience designed specifically for little ones. We proudly present “Reading on the Roc,” posted every Monday at 7 p.m. Covenant places a high priority on children’s literacy and on finding ways God appears to us in simple ways. We believe the church should be a sanctuary where questions are welcome and stories that challenge can be explored. Through these stories, we uncover God’s goodness, love and care that resonates with children.
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