In this service we will take a sincere and good-humored look at change over time. We will think about how we have changed and how these changes afford us openings to acknowledge what is different, and to find the wonderful space within us for new relationships … read more.
Speaker: Lauren Fritz
Today, from our own church sanctuary, we will consider what “sanctuary” means in our lives. We all need places of refuge and protection; maybe now more than ever considering the continuous challenges we are being confronted with. What places, people, or practices feel like a … read more.
Some folks make New Year’s resolutions, like lose 5 pounds and read more non-fiction. Others think about living with intention, which tends to be more process-oriented, like pay attention and have worthy goals. It means moving out of autopilot and into a meaningful, well-balanced life … read more.
Relationships can be especially challenging to foster during these times, when it feels like strain and animosity are ramped up in our society as a whole. Today we’ll find perspective for engaging our hearts and minds in this work of connection, even in this most rugged … read more.
During times of uncertainty, it can feel like change is happening ‘at’ us. Today, we will explore helpful ways that change can happen ‘with’ (and within) us in a more integrated way, both individually and in healthy community.
Join members Lauren Fritz and Tracie Greth as they explore the connection between life and death through nature’s lessons and the moving images evoked by Mary Oliver’s poetry.
It’s been an extraordinary year of needing to keep a strong emotional shell for survival like none we’ve ever experienced, with more yet to come. Today we will explore how we can find ways to soften and replenish while still remaining safe.
What a unique time we find ourselves navigating. We’ll look at understanding the effects that this time has on our individual and collective psyches. We’ll then learn how to embrace the concept of adaptive floating when facing the unknowns in our paths.
For Sunday’s worship, we are … read more.
We have been through months of enormous changes: changes in safety protocols, changes in work and school routines. changes in family dynamics and social habits, changes in emotional thresholds for difficulty, changes in how we live out social justice. changes in our willingness to see … read more.
This Sunday we will explore how music sustains us through difficult times. We will meet for worship via zoom.
For Sunday’s worship, we are using the Zoom conferencing platform. It is easy to Zoom from a computer, tablet, or phone! Here is how you do it:
With a computer, … read more.