Speaker: Rev. E.N. Hill

Heritage: Moving Forward and Looking Back

In West African mythology, there’s a story of a wondrous bird, Sankofa, that flies forward while looking back. From this story, a well known Ghanaian proverb came to be: “Se wo were fi na wosankofa a yenkyi” translated to mean “It’s not taboo to go back and fetch what you forgot.” With all of the […]

The Season of Fall and Forgiveness

The wheel of the year turns and turns again. Autumn Equinox and Yom Kippur are upon us. Join us Sunday, September 24th, as we explore the intersection of these two sacred holidays and what they have to teach us about balance, forgiveness, and new seasons.  Sunday services: In-person or virtually on Vimeo.Click here to view […]

Empowered by Water

This Sunday our new contract minister, Rev. E.N. Hill, will lead us in celebrating our annual community Ingathering and Water Communion. The founders of the original water ritual chose water as a symbol of women’s empowerment in 1980. Join us as we expand their original intention in ways that empower us individually and collectively for […]

Blessed is the Journey

During the last week in June, millions of Muslims will travel to Mecca to perform Hajj- a sacred pilgrimage that is one of the five pillars of Islam. Whether with many people within a shared faith, or our own individual steps on a chosen path, spiritual journeying is a significant aspect of the human experience. I […]

Grieving as a Creative Path

Our grief is a holy thing. It is sacred. It is powerful. It is healing. Creativity is also sacred, powerful, & healing. Grieving as a creative path is an artistic expression or release of heartache, sadness, loss, and the like. Join us on Sunday, 23 April 2023, as our community minister Rev. E.N. Hill discusses […]