February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness day. I believe that all those little things we do each day that bring a smile to another person, or animal, or to help the planet, shows profound love for our interconnected web. Let’s take today to celebrate … read more.
Speaker: Karin Griglak
Potatos, Beans and Coffee — which one are you? In today’s All Ages Service, we’ll playfully look at the various ways to keep our center in the midst of adversity.
All are welcome to join in this contemplative evening of sharing in community. This service is designed especially for those who find the holidays challenging — whether that’s an annual drop in your mood, or caused by something particular this year. This service is ‘masked … read more.
There are so many details to pay attention to this time of year. What if we concentrate on the big things and let the rest of it happen? What if instead of worrying about the wrapping paper and the fact that we burned the rolls, … read more.
As Samhain draws near, we celebrate the coming of the dark as a cycle of life. We celebrate those who have come before us, and the wisdom we can learn from them and their lived experiences. Most importantly, we come together to celebrate the turning … read more.
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.
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.