Join us for a special service as we say goodbye to the current version of our building, and prepare for our major remodel and expansion.
Speaker: Rebecca Laverdure
Congregations are one of the last intentionally intergenerational communities. Every week, all ages gather in our building for spiritual exploration and justice-making, but often end up in our own circles. And even when we do mingle, are we cultivating relationships of depth and … read more.
Help decorate the Mitten Tree! During both services, children load up the Fellowship holiday tree with store-bought or home-made mittens, hats, gloves and scarves, and donate them to the Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) for the families it serves. So fire up those knitting needles … read more.
We wrap up our last Sunday on the theme of Vision exploring the ups and downs of dreaming big.
Reading, Rebecca Laverdure:
“Hurry Up and Wait, when vision requires patience, and when it does not”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry:
Our vision guides our thoughts, intentions, and everyday activities, as individuals and as a larger community. As we embark on this year of transition, let us explore together how we have (or maybe need to) articulate both our personal vision and its interconnection with our … read more.
At its root, “emergence” means ‘to bring forth, or bring to light, to arise’. Nothing new comes forth without some risk. Today, we wrap up the month’s theme of emergence looking at ‘moments of emergence’ and the possibility and risk they embody. Music by Falling for Annie. ONE 10 am service will be followed by a Congregational Town Hall Meeting, update on the Building Plans and Capital Campaign. You won’t want to miss it!
In this service bought by Karin Griglak at the 2016 Auction, we ask: What makes an ordinary event magical? How does our perception of life impact whether our days are ordinary or full of mystery?
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?