Sunday services: In-person following safety guidelines or virtually on Zoom, by contacting email@example.com
To view Sunday service recordings, email the office.
Blessed by the Animals
This Sunday we explore how we are blessed by the animals and plants in our lives. Nature has much that it can teach us about how we engage with the world around us. Reminding us that we are connected by the interdependent web – both with other individuals and with the natural world.
On Curiosity, a Sacred Rite
Many faith traditions hold oneness with the universe as the deepest and most fundamental religious pursuit. This sermon will propose that curiosity is an important and meaningful means of connecting with the universe – a truly sacred rite that both the sages of the ages and children alike have mastery. Through practical steps and personal
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What comes to mind when you hear someone called courageous? Love and vulnerability are acts of courage. We can be courageous with one another in ways that don’t require feats of strength or facing physically dangerous situations.
It would be easier to remain in our individual and congregational comfort zone, but that is not how we grow. For real and lasting change to take root, we must choose courage.
The Masks We Wear
Today we invite folks to wear their Halloween costumes if they would like to do so. We will explore the ways we wear masks and the courage to allow others to see beyond those masks. This service will be multigenerational and as such will have more interactive elements throughout the service.
The Churn of Change
Things are always changing and that can at times be scary, but we need not be ruled by our fears. We can move into this liminal time with hope and imagination.