helping people navigate through the nuances of human sexuality and the Christian faith
es·tu·ar·y, noun—a habitation where the fresh water river and the ocean meet. A place not defined by binaries, i.e. saline vs fresh, but rather by transition, variation and beauty. It is a place that is teeming with life.
My first encounter with an estuary was when I was hiking down a river trail in Kauai. There was a body of water the river emptied into before it met the ocean. There was a sign explaining that an estuary was a place that was biodiverse. In this space, there were fresh water fish that were transitioning to become salt water fish. It was the first time I had ever heard anything outside of the salt water/fresh water binary of aquatic life. I discovered that even in creation, there exist a safe space for life to transition into something else. Estuary Space helps people and churches move through the process of change by being
- a triage for those who are hurting and looking for answers
- a friend who will offer a safe space to listen
- a networker that will help introduce you to the right people and organizations
We offer free pastoral care through video conferencing, phone calls, emails, and when possible, face to face conversations.
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Estuary Space is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. All gifts are tax deductible. All online or phone counseling and consultation is offered free of charge due to generous contributions from it’s donors.
Checks can be mailed to: Estuary Space, PO Box 402, La Mirada, CA 90637 USA or you can donate online below.