This service will look at forgiveness as a way to reclaim our own power and possibility. It’s about aligning ourselves with what we can be instead of that which has caused us harm.
This service will look at the prophetic and pressing themes raised in Dr. King’s, “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” How can we take the person, and the text, and the implications for the present day seriously enough to make new ways of being possible.
Even in the midst of uncertainty, the energy of the New Year is upon us. Somehow the switch from one month to the next inspires a cultural sense of hope, change, and possibility. And yet, we’re still the same people we were a couple of … read more.
The story our children and youth will grapple with this month is all about transforming evil – not ignoring it, not looking away, but actively changing it into something else. Maybe this is why “movements” are called that. Perhaps being in the midst of … read more.
The Roman God Janus had two faces, one looking back and one looking forward. The month of January is named for him. On the last Sunday of December we will take the time to consider the experiences of the past year and what we might … read more.
As we near the middle of the path of Great Turning, we reflect while facing forward. While we move into a place of “Peace” in December, how can we move away from Peace as a notion of zero conflict and maximum happiness to an understanding … read more.
Monday, December 24, Christmas Eve, One Candle Light Service at 7pm
Celebrate the Christmas season with lessons, carols, candle lighting, and the music of the choir.
Enjoy a traditional retelling of the Christmas story with music and candle lighting. After the service, join us for fellowship and the opportunity to build a Gingerbread House.
The River Road Choir sings Benjamin Britten’s, A Ceremony of Carols. Please join us for this magical service.
How can we welcome the in-between spaces of our lives? The in-between identities we hold? The middle spots between supposed opposites? The world stretches out between the dichotomies, and maybe peace is found in between.