Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Manning is available as a guest minister serving local churches. She follows the personal credo of “Living Life as a Prayer” and strives to include many philosophies in her service.  Her interfaith ministry often focuses on the earth-centered, spiritually connected, community building and draws from aspects of esoteric, divine feminine, mystical, metaphysical and traditional faiths she most resonates with. Her sermons are focused on living the best human life possible. Being ordained by the International Metaphysical Ministries, her interfaith ministry is embraced alongside such wonderful ministries as that of the amazing Rev. Dr. Della Reese-Lett!

She is often called to lead services and give sermons at local congregations, as well as facilitate rituals, workshops and retreats.  Her writings are sought after for services and rituals.

To check schedule Rev. Manning to be a guest minister,

Glimpses of services:

The Best of You!

Choosing Compassion, an MLK Jr. Themed Sermon

Restore Us to Memory – – 2021 version: (service, sermon, video)

2018 version: (video) (written & video)

Mother’s Day: the Messy, the Mundane and the Miracles

The Winds of Summera Water Communion Service to Gather the Beloved Community (text and audio to be posted after service in September)

Be Like the Trees – with audio 

Open Hands: Living Life as a Prayer  

Amalek Within –

Anam Ċara & the Divine Echo

Love Enough –

“Möbius Life” –

In Our Own Image

Our Favorite Things

The Operator’s Manual for Planet Earth

Borrowed Time and The Fine Art of Our Lives

Where Joy Resides

Everything is Holy Now

In 2020 Matrika Press published Rev. Manning’s theology book, Living Life as a Prayer.

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Divinely inspired. Practically written. Living Life as a Prayer presents a transformational theology that is accessible to everyone who wishes to embrace life in gratitude and grace. As a spiritual guidebook, Living Life as a Prayer outlines principles and practices to help us more deeply connect with that which we personally and uniquely identify as holy.