Musician and mystic Leonard Cohen once asked, “How can I begin anything new with all of yesterday in me?” As we seek renewal and connection, we might also have the same question. How can we begin again, given all the history that we’ve experienced? Join … read more.
Speaker: Music by Susan Keiter
As we learn and grow with and from one another, our understanding keeps expanding. Join us to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community and consider some of the ways we continue to practice being affirming to one another, of every gender and sexual orientation. What does coming … read more.
It is a proud tradition of this congregation to have worship that shares the best of lay leadership, vision, and direction. That expression of different perspectives and beliefs is valued and essential. How does this history call us to build a worship team that shares … read more.
As we return to the rhythm of the year of congregational life, we have the opportunity to cultivate, practice, and share joy. But what does that look like in these difficult times? Join us to explore. This service will include reflection on Disability Pride.
Checking out … read more.
Having surpassed any reasonable definition of Middle Age, your elders share with their younger selves the lessons that they have learned over years of living and share with their older selves their intentions for the days that lie ahead. Dick Bailey will facilitate this journey … read more.
It’s a blessing you were born and it matters what you do! This service will connect with many ways we can engage with care of the climate and with one another. A variety of voices and perspectives from our congregations will be included.
Checking out First … read more.
Recently, Stefan Schneider, choir co-director and facilities manager told a … read more.
As the new year rolls in, reflecting on the opportunity for reconciliation and transformation calls us forward. This service invites us to explore what it means to stay connected through struggle and change. What do we do when relationships and covenant are broken? Join … read more.
Breakout Sunday: Join us for a combination of everybody together and sharing and reflection in breakout rooms. We will begin together for chalice and candles and embracing meditation. We will move into breakout rooms to talk about big questions. One of the Big Questions for … read more.