During this candlelight Christmas eve service, we invite you to bring a candle to a cozy spot at home and pull up a chair for the warmth of the season, expressed in both traditional and surprising ways.
What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness. Join us and special guest musician, LEA Morris to celebrate the first day of winter.
Join us for seasonal classics.
For centuries, mystics and teachers have withdrawn into quiet places of the heart to make room for something deeper to present itself. Does your inner monologue seem a little shouty these days? Maybe a little busy? Could the holiday season bring a time of stillness and silence where all that chatter often is?
In the strange disconnection of the holidays of 2020, many are seeking and grasping for more faith, more hope, and more love. Where has it gone? Is it still in our reach? Is it still inside us? Join Rev. Christin Green and Dr. Clif Hardin to explore who we can be in these times.
This year has been a series of things falling apart – our routines, our social lives, our sense of security, but in the midst of the breakdown, we’re finding hope and beauty. Could we be finding ourselves in the thick of it all? When things fall apart, what complicated gifts are left for us to … read more
Sikh activist and author Valerie Kaur has written, “On the other side of rage awaits the ability to wonder again at the spinning world.” What healing lies on the other side of rage in your life? What healing can only come after feeling that rage? What comes next – beyond the burning of what one feels in … read more
As Benjamin Franklin walked off the floor of the constitutional convention, it’s said that an onlooker shouted at him, “Doctor, what have we got? A republic, or a monarchy?” Franklin is said to have replied, “A republic, if you can keep it.” Here on the other side of election day, as we wait or work or worry … read more
The preamble to the US Constitution states that our form of governance exists in part for the formation of “a more perfect union.” More perfect, of course, doesn’t mean perfect. It means something closer to perfect, something that is still not fully realized. The American experiment remains unrealized, but this moment in history invites us to push … read more
In this service, we’ll feature several movements from Clif Hardin’s Requiem, professionally recorded live in the sanctuary before the pandemic and debuted for this online format. Rev. Nancy will preach about the concrete and amorphous grief of this time in our lives. We’ll also prepare for the liturgy of grief and letting go that we’ll share … read more