CARRABASSETT VALLEY — The Rev. Dr. Pamela Morse, resident pastor at Sugarloaf Area Christian Ministry, will give a talk, “Spiritual but not Religious,” at 4:30 p.m. Friday, March 9, in the Begin Family Community Room, Carrabassett Valley Public Library.

Morse was recently awarded a doctor of ministry degree from Portland Seminary (Oregon) based upon her dissertation, “Roots, Routes and Religion: Playful Pilgrims Following the Way of Jesus.”

Morse has spent years observing trends in the American religious landscape. Lately she has tightened her focus to what makes people shy away from organized religion and yet still yearn for a spiritual connection.

Since 1990 she and her husband, Earle, have been active in the local community, serving as resident pastors. They love the outdoors and have enjoyed raising their two sons, Ben and Sam, in the mountain town.

Pamela Morse

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