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Becoming More Comfortable with Change. Rev. Sage Olnick. Change is hard and inevitable. Join us this Sunday as we consider how change helps us to become our best selves.

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Contemplative Companions Service.
Join us this Sunday as members of our Contemplative Companions group look deep within, and to the outer reaches of the cosmos, as they explore the role of our beliefs in the process of becoming. 

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Flower Communion. Rev. Sage Olnick. The majority of 2020 was much like the Christian holy days of Good Friday and Holy Saturday: isolated, disconnected, even entombed. Join us this Sunday as we celebrate our sacred ritual of Flower Communion and the many ways we have grown in the past year.

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Our Commitment Shapes Us.
Rev. Sage Olnick. “Inevitably in our lives we commit ourselves to something, whether worthy or not” (quote by Henry Nelson Wieman). This Sunday we will explore how our commitments shape who we are and where we find belonging. 

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Our Commitment to Each Other.  Rev. Sage Olnick. Brian Andreas writes, “Anyone can slay a dragon, she told me, but try waking up every morning and loving the world all over again. That’s what takes a real hero.”  This Sunday we will reflect on our commitments to our community and each other.

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The Transformative Power of Anti-Racism Training. The ADORE team will explore the transformative power of Jubilee Anti-Racism training with testimonials from members who have attended these sessions in past years.

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Beloved Community and Acceptance – Interdependent Imperfections. Rev. Sage Olnick.
None of us are perfect. We all come with imperfections, growing edges, regrets, hopes, and dreams. Beloved community does not require us to be perfect. It requires us to live in our truth, to embrace the truth about ourselves, and to join each other in our perfectly imperfect lives. Join us this Sunday to learn and explore more.

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Beloved Community and Conflict – Conflict is What We Signed Up For – Rev. Sage Olnick. Conflict is part of our personal, professional and congregational lives. Avoiding it is unfair to everyone. This Sunday we will explore how conflict is part of the rich soil in which Beloved Community grows.