We have set sail! For the next nine months (or so), we’ll be unanchored to our building, as we watch it transform into a space much better suited for a Center for Spiritual Exploration and Justice-making. But WE are still the congregation, no matter … read more.
Speaker: Intern Minister AJ van Tine
Some say the universe will provide and take care of us, others view life as essentially nasty, brutish, and short. In this service, we will explore the basis of what is trustworthy in ourselves and the world.
As we remember Dr. Martin Luther King and honor his legacy, we will reflect on the past and explore the possibilities in ourselves and in our communities to move closer to the beloved community.
We begin this new year, and January’s theme of “Possibiity” with a ‘question box’ service. What are you wondering about that our minister and intern minister can answer? If you’d like them to ponder the questions a bit, send them to both ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’ and ‘email@example.com’ … read more.
As we mark the longest night of the year, join us for an earth-centered ritual to reflect on the darkness and light of this season.
Mystery abounds, whether in the natural world, or in indescribable qualities and moments of life such as love, resiliency, and transcendent experiences. Today we explore the variety of perspectives on how we ‘make sense of mystery’, accompanied by the music of Tad Koriath, on this “Classical Music Sunday.”
While our shopping centers and strings of lights proclaim this as a season of merriment and joy, our inner lives may be telling a different story. Join Rev. Lydia, Intern Minister AJ van Tine, and Service Associate Eric Williams for a contemplative evening service of … read more.
On this first Sunday in December we gather to share stories from the world’s traditions and reflect upon mystery and light in our lives.
“Stories of Light”, AJ van Tine and Karin Griglak,
“Metaphor and Mystery”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry:
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We gather today an all ages service to celebrate our ancestral traditions through story-telling and breaking bread together.
Join us at 9 a.m. or 11 a.m. as we return to two services. During this time when many religious traditions honor the ancestors, we join together for our Annual Day of Remembrance. Please bring a photograph or memento of a loved one to place on our common altar during the service.