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Our Desert Faith Tradition

The welcoming of radical hospitality is a foundational tenet of Islam. In these times, what are we learning from interfaith collaboration? This service falls within the Jewish High Holy Days, asking us to look at a spiritual practice of forgiveness.

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Change the Narrative

This week is both Indigenous People’s Day and National Coming Out Day. What’s the story we tell about ourselves? Our country? Our world?  How do our common national narratives keep oppression in its place? Does changing narratives, like shifting from Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s day really make a difference?  How about those who have … Continued

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Hope, Healing and our Future

Join us for a powerful service, with guest preacher, Norma Johnson, and musician and peace activist, Dexter Payne.  Their offering will be about the deep reflection, resilient heart, indomitable guts, forgiving sense of humor and the deep and persistent self-love required, for us to claim a future of equity and reconciliation in our communities and … Continued

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Do Uncomfortable Things

In this service, we will explore what we stand to gain by moving out of our comfort zone. How can we overcome internal resistance and effect change during these difficult times?

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Stay Hopeful

Brian Stevenson tells us that “hopelessness is the enemy of justice.” It is literally our responsibility in these times to stay hopeful.  Where do we turn when our hearts are broken again and again?  How do we sustain ourselves?  Dear ones, come join us in community.  It is the only way.