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Re: Religion and Depression

Posted by Abby on January 27, 2000, at 20:32:16

In reply to Re: Religion and Depression, posted by Noa on January 27, 2000, at 19:43:04

> One of the most healing things about participating in religious life is being part of a community. You should look for a church that has a strong sense of community that will make you feel welcome, and that will be sustaining for you.

I agree. I like being an Episcopalian, but it can
be tricky to navigate sometimes. The range of beliefs is
enormous. There are some problems. Right now,
I am unhappy about some of the dioceses, but
depending on where you live, it could be a good
option. Don't know much about Presbyterians. You might
try the Congregationalists. Episcopalians are often, though
not always more eucharistically oriented--communion
every week.




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