Sometimes we need to look at what is routine with different eyes, a different perspective – and that’s risky! Join us as we experiment with the Mad Hatter’s service where the entire service will be backwards.
Winter solstice is the shortest day and the longest night of the year. Traditionally, it is a time of both foreboding and expectancy, as the longest night leads to the return of the sun. Join us for our annual service as we mark the time … read more.
At a time when answers are available in a single click, it seems as if the mystery of living today has disappeared. As we enter this holiday season, let us reflect on the presence of mystery in our lives.
The choices of our lives end up writing the stories of our lives – decisions such as the relationships we nurture, how we spend our time, and responses to the events we experience in life. As we take time to take stock of where we’ve … read more.
Leonard Cohen’s music contains sorrow, hopelessness and despair as well as deep love and high hopes. This service looks at the healing sounds of his music.
Join us for this interactive multigenerational service as we journey to the Gratitude Garden. We’ll have to navigate dangerous territory to get there in our path towards healing at this time of thanksgiving. After the service, we’ll enjoy Gratitude Pumpkin Soup.
Picking up the sermon series thread from Building Beloved Community, this service examines our capacity to encourage unity among diversity. Together we’ll look at how our commitment to the whole allows us to participate in a collaborative, connected community. Plan on staying after the service … read more.