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Living Water

Rev. Nancy McDonald Ladd & Rev. Amanda Weatherspoon. Join us as we share our water communion and reflect on the power of a living tradition and the gifts of an ever-changing collective call.  These days, we’re often hearing the phrase “New Normal” in regards to the many ways our lives are shifting and changing. While some of us embrace the new normal, others of us may struggle with the rapid changes life has to offer. For many of us, it’s a “both/and”. As we move into this new and strange congregational year, what can we learn from our faith and from one another as we swim in this Living Water? What can we learn from our Living Tradition?   We’ll also debut a beautiful new video from our children’s choirs, so this is a Sunday not to miss. Welcome to the new congregational year! 

Moral Responses to Our Climate Emergency

This lay-led service calls upon us to consider, as Archbishop Desmond Tutu said, that climate change and its consequences are a moral challenge.  Evelyn Jacob, Kathryn Gargurevich, and Nikia Popow, lead the service.  Martin Dieu, Robin Galbraith, Prem Grover, and Sophie Hutter provide personal reflections. This moral challenge invokes our 2nd principle (justice, equity, and compassion in human relations) and 7th principle (respect for the interdependent web of existence of which we are a part).  Go here for a list of things you can do to help stop climate change.

Moral Responses to Our Climate Emergency

This lay-led service calls upon us to consider, as Archbishop Desmond Tutu said, that climate change and its consequences are a moral challenge.  Evelyn Jacob, Kathryn Gargurevich, and Nikia Popow, lead the service.  Martin Dieu, Robin Galbraith, Prem Grover, and Sophie Hutter provide personal reflections. This moral challenge invokes our 2nd principle (justice, equity, and compassion in human relations) and 7th principle (respect for the interdependent web of existence of which we are a part).  Go here for a list of things you can do to help stop climate change.

Honoring the Reset

This year at our annual Animal Blessing service, we’ll explore the global reset we’re being collectively invited into. How do we experience the shift from being in dominion of the planet to being stewards of the gift we’ve been given? How do we honor life on this planet – not for human entertainment and consumption – but for the sacred interdependent web of which we are all apart? As we inch closer and closer to the “tipping point,” how do we honor the reset?