Topic: Community

Come Alive

We often over-individualize our vision of what it takes for someone to flourish, and that a great many social supports are necessary to make human flourishing possible. I’ll outline in broad strokes examples of the essentially social dimensions of human development in the history of … read more.

Rooted in Beauty

We are meant to be connected. We are meant to have roots that go down and also runners that travel out! We are meant to be in this together so we all might thrive. All this isolation and division around us cannot last and does … read more.

Passages

Join us for our beloved passages service in which we celebrate Births, Deaths, and Marriages from within our congregation, as well as honor New Members and Bridging youth. After the service we will have our Annual Congregational Meeting.

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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.

Look at All the Lonely People

All our quarantining and distancing has left us lonely and a little out of touch with one another.  Do we remember how to rekindle our regular patterns of relationship? Do we remember how to make new friends? 

We hope to see you in person! Masks … read more.

I Am Because We Are

The image of the Rugged Individualist has a strong pull in our national psyche. It is a story of personal liberty and independence through self-reliance and resourcefulness. Unfortunately, it does not serve our goal of a just and thriving society. Let us consider wisdom of … read more.

Ingathering Sunday

Join us in-person or online for our annual “Ingathering Sunday” worship service Sunday. Through story, song, and reflections, we will celebrate the regathering of our community. Plan to bring some water with you from a place that has been spiritually nourishing to you recently.

We hope … read more.