Today we explore how our own brokenness can open our hearts to the inherent worth and dignity of each and every other human being.
How do we welcome into our deepest being the deeply interconnected and interdependent web of life, when so much of our external lives are bombarded with chaos and division? How do we live our best integrated lives when so much of our culture is reductive … read more.
We’ve spent the summer exploring “Principles and Practices.” In this service, we look back at how our Principles call us to live our lives. As a ‘living religious tradition’ that invites both inner and outer transformation, what’s needed now to keep … read more.
Today we will explore Principle #7, which calls us to respect the interdependent web of existence. Is all life ultimately one life, just as all water is one water? How can we deepen our sense of connection to the web of life all around … read more.
Today we look at Principle #6: The goal of world community with peace, justice and liberty for all. Sarah Jackson joins us from Casa de Paz to explore our sixth principle and reflect on how she lives it out through her work in reuniting … read more.
Today we reflect on Principle #5: Right of Conscience and Use of the Democratic Process. In the country many people claim is the greatest democracy on earth, where have we fallen short of the democratic ideal? Where are there opportunities to move beyond the common … read more.
We will explore Principle #4: A free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Using the story of Rev. James Reeb as background, we’ll reflecting upon our own narratives about race and how they shape, or misshape, truth. Reeb was the … read more.
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.
Paula Palmer of Right Relations Boulder (Indigenous Rights) joins us to explore our second principle and reflect on how she lives it out through her work in promoting and practicing right relationship with Native peoples.
“Acknowledgement of The Land and People!”, Rebecca Laverdure: