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First Conversational

First Conversational

By First Congregational Church of St. Louis
Right now, our lives are rapidly transforming. We don’t know yet how we’ll be changed as individuals or how our communities will change in the long-term—but the change is surely happening, and we can be active in creating the New that this transformation brings. In this season of First Conversational, we’re exploring stories of transformation—times when by choice or circumstance people found themselves or their lives changing in fundamental ways. First Conversational is a podcast of the First Congregational Church of St. Louis, an open and affirming congregation in the United Church of Christ.
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4. “Before you know it, you realize it’s always been part of you.”
A conversation with Paul Brady: A story of saying “yes” to new opportunities and finding that the practice of saying “yes” led to a faith formation that couldn’t have been predicted. Hosted by Dr. Sarah Bereza, Minister of Music at First Congregational Church of St. Louis.
11:45
September 29, 2020
3. “I didn’t understand why I lived.”
A conversation with Dr. Katherine Buchowski: A story of friendship, of illness and death, of illness and recovery, and a gradual unfolding faith. Hosted by Dr. Sarah Bereza, Minister of Music at First Congregational Church of St. Louis.
15:26
September 29, 2020
2. “We could have just gone back to what was comfortable, but we didn’t.”
A conversation with Ann Kittlaus: A story of Ann’s fresh start in a new city and the bravery to figure out who she wanted to be. Hosted by Dr. Sarah Bereza, Minister of Music at First Congregational Church of St. Louis.
14:48
September 29, 2020
1. “We came home completely different people.”
A conversation with Dr. Paul Evensen: A story of despair, hope, and the power of loving relationships.  Hosted by Dr. Sarah Bereza, Minister of Music at First Congregational Church of St. Louis.
18:21
September 29, 2020