Often we devote our attention to how best to cultivate relationship. Today we turn our attention instead to which relationships to cultivate. What has the pandemic shown us about prioritizing essential relationships over those that are instrumental?
Speaker: Matthew Owen
How might we not just avoid but in fact tear down “idolatries of the mind and spirit,” in this time of great social upheaval and crying out for justice?
For Sunday’s worship, we are using the Zoom conferencing platform. It is easy to Zoom from a computer, tablet, … read more.
The work of liberation is just that, work. Right? Yes, and no. Sometimes learning to let go – of a bad mood, a grudge, an addiction – can be just the thing we need to realize justice, truth, and freedom.
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There’s an old story about a pot that gets broken and pours forth wisdom. Where does your wisdom come from? This morning we will explore the many containers of wisdom–stories, practices, other people, and ourselves.
For Sunday’s worship, we are using the Zoom conferencing platform. It is … read more.
As we find ourselves amidst the Winter holiday season, we are reminded of the radically transient nature of our existence by the coming to an end of the year and the decade. As we also start to look forward, this morning’s service will explore … read more.