Speaker: Rev. Douglas Taylor

Widening the Circle

This pandemic has shrunk our circles of connection. Many of us lament the circumscribed living we are experiencing. Yes, love demands we care for the health of our community, I am not suggesting we stop being careful and care-full. But we can creatively draw our … read more.

Long Live the Kind

The Dalai Lama has said: “My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.” To be ‘kind’ is to intentionally treat others as ‘kin,’ as family. What would our lives be like if kindness was our central focus? 

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The Last, the Lost, and the Least

Many of us lead lives of privilege and power. Rather than inspire a feeling of noblesse oblige, I want to call forth justice and compassion. Let’s add prayer and participation to our privilege and power.

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New Year’s Intentions

The New Year is here. We return to some old patterns and look to lean into new ones. Can we set ourselves on a good path now as we let go of what may be holding us back?

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Fox Steals the Dark

Our various religious holidays at this time of year are celebrations of the light. This Multigenerational Sunday, let us celebrate the dark. As we approach the Longest Night, let us linger with the healing message often found in the dark.

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