Speaker: Kai Marks
As we end one year and prepare to begin another, it’s time to explore those things that fill us with awe and wonder–even in the darkest of times. “The next right thing” is the place where heaven and earth meet–and where hope and faith … read more.
Inspiration and acts of creation begin with one dream for something that is yet to be. Emily Dickinson encouraged readers to “dwell in possibility” because building a home or a life or a world that matters is something anyone can do. Join us as we … read more.
Ram Dass said, “We’re all just walking each other home.” When so much seems to be going wrong in the outside world, it helps to know where to turn for inspiration. This is part one of a two-part service. Worship Associate: Kate Hand.
Walk Me Home
Although retaining joy and inspiration in times of darkness may feel like a challenge, join us as we explore how to move forward into the new year–out of the night and toward the light–embracing change with faith, hope, love and courage. Worship Associate: Joanne McMahon
For many, gardens are a place of promise and refuge. For others, they are a symbol of paradise and rebirth. Join us as we explore how to tend the garden of our interior—and ultimately, how to come home to the best part of ourselves … read more.
While some of us may have been taught that creativity is a luxury, creative acts are in fact essential to our well-being, to our wholeness, to our capacity to be holy, and to our ability to transform our lives and the lives of those around … read more.
Touched by the Sun. Worship Associate: Kate Hand
The end of the year is a powerful time to reflect on the past and to chart a course for our future that includes realizing dreams long held and for bringing innovative ideas and light into the world. … read more.