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.
There is an ancient story of the Israelites carrying the bones of their ancestors through the desert when they were freed from captivity. What do you carry with you? What is the gift and burden of your ancestors that you do not, or could … read more.
Continuing with our theme of legacy, this service will work with Atul Gawande’s groundbreaking book, “Being Mortal,” as we look at the beauty found in the midst of brevity.
As we approach the 60th anniversary of the founding of our congregation, this service will lift up the proud legacy of those who built us, and reflect on the legacy we will leave for the generations to come. We’ll officially kick off our stewardship campaign … read more.
Members of the congregation will speak on the transformative process of creating new families, and how we can challenge and transform traditional norms of family roles and boundaries.
Come join us for Rev. Kären’s last worship service as we explore the topic of when ordinary people do extraordinary things. Our February Serving Together project is a “foodraiser” to collect food for our Community Box. We hope you’ll bring one or two items such … read more.
Using the core story from our religious education program this month, “The Fig Seed” from Buddhist scripture, we’ll look at human nature itself. What are true things we can say about what makes us uniquely human? How does our humanity, biologically and spiritually expressed, … read more.
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.