In this service, we will explore Principle #3: Acceptance of one another and encouragement towards spiritual growth. Let’s reflect on the wide varieties of journeys that we’ve all taken to get to this moment together. How can we open our hearts to learn from … read more.
Speaker: Janet Meyer
This Sunday, we explore the messages we get throughout our lives about how beautiful (or not) we are. We shine a light on the toxic effects of shame and the liberating effect of finding and accepting our own unique beauty. … read more.
This Sunday, we mark the 40th anniversary of our Fellowship and begin the monthly theme of Curiosity. For four decades, we have welcomed the curious. Join us as we reflect on and celebrate where we’ve been, where we are, and where we are going.
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.
We are going through historic hard times right now, and we have before. What stories do we remember from difficult times and what lessons do we pass down?
“Remembering Hope”, Christiane Olivo:
“Lessons Across Generations”, Janet Meyer:
Sources of Love and Acceptance Janet Meyer, Leading; Dana Samani, Service Associate. Appreciating the painfully won wisdom that LGBTQ+ folk have gleaned on the path to pride. Special musical guest, Marcos Ospina.
Join us as we examine bringing Mental Illness out of the Shadows.
Join us as we roll out our new Lay Pastoral Care Associates Program and look at the ways we grow as a caring congregation and as human beings.
“Brownies Fix Everything”, Janet Meyer:
“The Ways We Grow”, Rev. Penny Rather:
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?
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 really make a difference? How about those who have the courage to change the narrative of their lives?
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