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Dear friends,

Is your glass half-full or half-empty? The way you answer this question is about perspective, how you view yourself, the world and ultimately God, Reverend Elizabeth Abel, Pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Norwalk, Connecticut explains in this week’s Centering and Reflection moment. 

Watch for an understanding of why “looking at the glass half-full is a gift, an awareness of that in its fullness we can never lose. There is enough for you and me.”

Please share any of our pre-recorded devotionals with your congregation, or with others who may need to hear a hope-filled message at this time.  You will find those messages here.


Matt Curry
Director of Connectional Ministries
New York Annual Conference

The New York Conference
The United Methodist Church
20 Soundview Ave, White Plains, NY 10606