Author Archives: Rev. Beth Perry

About Rev. Beth Perry

Rev. Beth Perry is a church consultant, leading online workshops and trainings on everything from Safe Sanctuary to mysticism, digital ministry to spiritual gifts. She has been faculty for the University of Phoenix's Jersey City Campus for the past 8 years and for the College of New Rochelle for the past year.

Heat Wave

Today (July 22) supposedly ends the dire heat wave NYC has been in for the past week. Not without an extended farewell – several thousands are still without electricity in Brooklyn and severe thunderstorms are expected this afternoon – but … Continue reading

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Summer Newsletter: Opportunities

The summer edition of my newsletter is scheduled to enter the ether this morning. If you don’t receive it, check your spam folder or trash – and you can move it to your inbox or label it so the next … Continue reading

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Back from Vacation… sigh…

You’ve been there, too, I know it… The vacation glow was visible in all the pictures… and then two days later, you’re home and the grimace has returned! Lines in the forehead, pursed lips, all of it! The Back from … Continue reading

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Princeton Theological Seminary reunion, Part II

I just want to update you on the results of my reunion “wish list”…. First, I wanted to sit on a bench in the quad and reconnect with the squirrels. Several days of rain made the quad a soggy mess … Continue reading

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25th Reunion at PTS!

I don’t know how it happened but 25 years have gone by since I graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary! Next week, I’ll be attending our class reunion and I’m looking forward to doing the following, in random order: Sit on … Continue reading

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Women Mystic Awesomeness!

“To be one with love is an awesome calling and those who long for it should spare no effort.”  Hadewijch, 13th century, p198, Medieval Women Writers I’m so excited about a “new” workshop I’m leading! Okay. It isn’t new at all – I’ve … Continue reading

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Random acts of kindness

Someone at church last week pointed out that it was Random Acts of Kindness Day and shared some of the ways she had been doing those random acts here in New York City. So I thought of that when someone … Continue reading

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