Please join us as we return from the summer with our ingathering services and festivities.
A Labor of Love
Although Labor Day is a time to honor and celebrate the paid labor it takes to keep our communities going, we know there are many forms of unpaid labor in our midst. How can we honor the many ways each of us creates the world around us and the many ways we each labor to build and grow our Beloved Community – brick by brick.
As summer passes toward fall, this week we’ll reflect on the beauty of impermanent things, the toasts we make in breakable glasses, and the wonder of what we cannot keep.
The Interdependent Web
Every Summer, Rev. Nancy preaches one “big science sermon.” This year, we’ll look at both the theological and scientific basis for asserting (as our 7th principle does) that we are a part of an interdependent web of all existence.
The Call of the Church in a Post-Ferguson Age
Together, Rev. Nancy and Bishop Miles will reflect on the call of the church and its people five years after the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and beyond. What is the call of the church in this age? How do people of faith rise to answer it?