We live in a world that suggests we should all be on a timeline – always headed for success, satisfaction, happiness, and completion. But what if there is no such thing as enough? What happens when we throw out the timeline and arrive fully … read more.
Please join us for our annual Spring Music Service! We will present a program of choral works and readings that celebrate the sacredness of our planet, Songs and Prayers of the Earth. Hear the glorious sounds of our choir as they perform pieces by Haydn, Bobby McFerrin, … read more.
Author and activist Adrienne Maree Brown reminds us that starlings move as a “murmuration” – a flocking behavior that naturally creates patterns of shared movement that look like art. How can groups of people move together in such beautiful ways? Where is the beauty … read more.
Is there a difference between belief and experience? Which is more important in our religious and spiritual lives, and what if what we believe and what we behold are different?
In this experiential service, we’ll work to create a space for both anonymity and authenticity. Stories of sexual abuse and harm are so frequent in our society and in our lives that silence in the face of such realities is a statement in and of … read more.
In this multigenerational service based on a script by Rev. Emily Wright-Magoon, we’ll look at the wholeness that emerges from broken things. The narrative of the Christian tradition has much to tell us in this season of renewal, and from some broken pieces, we’ll create … read more.
This month, as we explore our spiritual theme of “courage,” we know that one way we can reflect on courage is to model it. Join Amanda, Nancy, and Clif as we share worship with you in ways that require courage of us. Each of us … read more.
With the unending barrage of news and scandal, chaos and outrage, it’s challenging to know where each of us fits into the complex puzzle — especially when it comes to our planet. What does it mean to live this close to the edge, to be … read more.
The annual youth-led worship service will explore stereotypes and labels. How are they damaging and what might we do about it? The rite of passage of Bridging for high school seniors will also be part of this service.
All around us we see life longing and yearning for expression. We see our stories reflected on the big and small screen, on the radio, and online — but do we recognize ourselves in one another? How can we create spaces where we can be … read more.