Celebrating Blessings: Saying Goodbye with Gratitude. Endings can be challenging. Whether it is someone moving away, a change in a relationship, or even a death, a good goodbye offers a healing balm to the discomfort of change. This Sunday, we say goodbye to our intern … read more.
Speaker: Intern Minister Lisa Moore
Bring flowers to share for this annual ritual that celebrates beauty, human uniqueness, diversity, and community.
Lies are everywhere. From something as seemingly benign as “stretching the truth” and “lies of ommission” to devastating lies such as forgaries, climate change denial, and embezzlement, lying has existed as long as humantiy itself. What impact or “price” do these lies have on our … read more.
During this very special service we will honor all the transitions our youth are experiencing. Credo statements will be shared by our Coming of Age participants and we will honor both our youth transitioning out of and into our high school youth community through the … read more.
Many people grew up with a story of Easter that included a bodily resurrection and personal rebirth through Jesus as a messiah. But what if the message of Jesus was even more radical than that? What if he came to shift our whole relationship to … read more.
Thankfully, our intern minister, Lisa Moore, won’t be singing, however there will be lots of lovely music! Singing from the scars is what happens when there is something wondrous and beautiful to share from a healed place. With such joyful excitement, how can we keep … read more.
In a vibrant community, each member is empowered to find and use their gifts in ways that enhance the common good. This is shared ministry. With covenantal trust, we become a learning community. As Adrienne Maree Brown says “There are no failures, only lessons” In … read more.
With the devastation and loss caused by the Marshall Fire, the theme for the Sunday service is changing. Tomorrow’s service will be a time of community connection, caring, and reflection.
Following the service, during our normal “virtual coffee hour” time, the Caring Council will be offering facilitated … read more.
Joy to the World! On this Christmas Eve, we’ll have our traditional Candles and Carols Service in our new multi-platform setting. After almost two years of pandemic, we’ll gather to remember the hope and joy that comes from new life and the power of following … read more.
As is our tradition, we will be collecting handmade and store-bought hats, mittens, scarves and gloves to decorate our Mitten Tree and then donate to the Emergency Family Assistance Association (EFAA) to provide to local families in need. The items will decorate our tree during … read more.