In celebration of National Coming Out day, members of our congregation will share what their lived experience was and will celebrate the wonderfulness of our beautiful diversity.
Speaker: Karin Griglak
Annual Homecoming and Water Ceremony! As we gather together for a new program year at the Fellowship, we celebrate the properties of water — how it flows, cleanses, and shapes its environment. What do we need now to flow as a community?
This morning we will explore how meditation can be a way to explore one’s self without expectations or judgment. Meditation leads us to a calmer inner self and better able to have a more centered outer focus. And remember…No matter how you do it, you’re … read more.
Inner Depth/Outer Focus. Today, we kick off our summer series on “Spiritual Exploration and Justice-making” by exploring how these two facets of our congregational vision inform each other.
Fatherhood Expanded. In a non-binary world, the assigned ‘male’ gender at birth is no longer a pre-requisite for fatherhood. Today we celebrate the blessings of all kinds of ways to be a father, and all the people who have played fatherly roles in our lives.
Our Soul Matters theme for the month of May is Nurturing Beauty. At this service, we’ll look at the many creative ways we were able to nurture beauty to help get us through these last couple of years. And to help bring the beauty, we’ll … 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.
For Loving Kindness to ripple outward from ourselves to the world, we must first try to love ourselves unconditionally. The Buddha said “You could search the whole world and never find anyone more deserving of your love and compassion than yourself.” So let’s start there.
Stories of healing come from many places. We reflect on a couple of those stories arising in tradition and nature that help us move onwards toward hope.
Many of the modern traditions observed at Christmas were first celebrated by Germanic people in Northern Europe such as : Giving of gifts, feasting, leaving food out for house elves, decorating houses with evergreens such as holly and balsam trees and burning candles. But there … read more.