Still Points


Today’s column draws from the book, Far Appalachia, by Noah Adams (from NPR).  If religious congregations were the “still points” of the past, where can we go today in our search for places of deep reflection, common history, storytelling?  One place, actually many places: Rivers.

Still Points of History along an Appalachian River

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