Come join us for this very special Multigenerational Thanksgiving Service created by the Rev. Erika Hewitt. It contains drama, music and a Breads of the World communion. We invite everyone to bring a bread product that represents your heritage or tradition. Please also bring an … read more.
Speaker: Reverend Marlene Walker
Our Soul Matters Theme this month is Attention. What does it mean to pay attention? How can we practice attention in our lives? And just what do we want to pay attention to?
In the Spirit of Dia de Los Muertos, Samhain, and All Souls and All Saints, we will honor and remember those gone before us and what we have inherited from them as we carry on their works and love. All are invited to bring photos … read more.
Diwali is a five-day-long festival of lights celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and some Buddhists. We’ll learn about Diwali through stories, color, food and activities in this fun multigenerational service.
Our Soul Matter’s theme this month is about Belonging. What does it mean to “belong,” what does it feel like to belong, how do we know we belong to something or someone? We’ll explore these questions and more.
So often we focus on what is planned, on what we expect will happen. What if we found a way to not only be open to changes in our expectations but actively worked to disrupt them? What might happen? What treasures and surprises might come … read more.
What are our expectations of being and belonging in community? Do we come into community expecting to bring our bibs or aprons? What’s the difference?Come find out.
**Round Table immediately following this service. Childcare will be provided.
Welcome back for our Multi-generational In-gathering and Water Ceremony as we kick off a new church year. Remember to bring some water to share, some water that represents the places and the people you love. We’ll have some extra water if you forget.
When we think of the Chalice we often think mostly of the flame. But without the bowl of the chalice there would be nothing to hold the flame. The chalice is as important as the flame. Our congregation, our people, are the bowl that holds … read more.
Summer can be a time of abundance. Where do you find abundance in your life? And how can we begin to think more abundantly about our lives together.