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Dec 8, 2019

Join Rev. Amanda for a history of the ways we’ve sought and gained justice at this Justice Sunday service.


Dec 1, 2019

As our theme this month, we’ll look at the fine and wavering line between what is sacred and what is ordinary. Even when we look at our history and our congregation’s history, seemingly ordinary moments take on a new power if we choose to bless them as sacred.


Nov 24, 2019

This month we consider resistance and surrender. This second part of a two-part series looks at surrender. What are you called to give yourself over to entirely? How does letting go and acknowledging certain realities bring freedom? What does surrender have to do with your spiritual life?


Nov 17, 2019

This first part of a two-part series asks what it means to be part of the resistance in a complicated time. What are you personally called to resist? What are the forms that resistance can take in our lives, in our communities, in our world? And how might resistance be tied up with our spiritual lives and commitments?


Nov 10, 2019

Our country’s fifth inaugural poet, Richard Blanco, famously read a poetic love song to the nation in January of 2013. This Veteran’s Day weekend, we’ll read that poem again in honor of all those who love and serve the deepest visions of this country.