Led by Brooke Donaldson. Dogs are entrenched in our lives not only as pets but as helpful canine companions. What can dogs teach us about being human in our personal lives and when we are surrounded by inhumanity.
Led by Rev. Alison B. Miller. Political disappointments and accumulated griefs have caused many to express gratitude that 2016 is over. There is a yearning to leave it all behind us, but as Sister Simone Campbell has shared, we are called to “walk towards trouble” and to make a difference.
Led by Tim Atkins, Director of Religious Education. New Year’s Day is a great time to reflect on what you want to change in your life, and to commit to making the changes you want to see. On this New Year’s Day service, join us for a ritual of letting go our own personal failures […]
Led by Jamie Boyce. A Christmas Service of Hope.
Led by Rev. Alison B. Miller Rev. Alison and her husband, David Snedden, traveled to the Oceti Sakowin camp in North Dakota to join the prayerful presence of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe to protect water. They share lessons from the journey. You can read the text of the sermon here: protecting-the-source-of-life