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Mother’s Day / Youth Sunday

Join us for a special day of celebrating Moms (this includes all genders who perform this role), Youth (with a Bridging ceremony) and Children (Child Dedications). Led by Rev. Teri Schwartz, Kitty Kalebarn our Acting Director of Children and Youth Programming, and members of our … read more.

Music Sunday!

Come one, come all to this highly anticipated annual event.

Led by Director of Music Tad Koriath, with music by the Fellowship and Chamber Choirs and guest instrumentalists.

The Grammar of Inclusion

We live in a culture that tends to recognize just two genders, male and female. The idea that there are only two genders is sometimes called a “gender binary.” Yet, non-binary identities have been recognized for millennia by cultures and societies around the world. While … read more.

Earth Day

April 22, 1970 was the first Earth Day. Up till then Americans were ignorant about the issues of pollution and especially pesticides. Rachel Carlson’s 1962 groundbreaking book Silent Spring represented a watershed moment, as it raised public awareness and concern for living organisms, the environment and the … read more.

Eclipsed by Wonder

Our sense of Place in the Universe has awed us since the first humans gazed into the heavens. From the regularity of common events like Day and Night to uncommon events like eclipses and comets, we have come to see ourselves as part of something … read more.

Changing Our Minds About Who We Are

Our minds constantly view and interpret our selves, our surroundings, and the life situations we face. Unfortunately, those busy minds have unrecognized limits and misconceptions, including ideas about who we are. This Sunday, we’ll consider a few of the many ways we can challenge and … read more.