Speaker: Rev. Elizabeth Carrier-Ladd

Here’s Where I Stand

Showing up as your full, complicated, authentic self is essential to living a rich life. It is a lot easier said than done. It requires courage, integrity and vulnerability. It leads us towards the wholeness that we seek. Join us for this first sermon of our … read more.

For Longer Nights

On this solstice, as we move deeper into longer nights, let us celebrate darkness. Let us celebrate it in story and song, in fire and spirit. All are welcome to this multi-generational story-telling service, in which we will share the story “Sulwe” by Lupita Nyong’o, … read more.

Finding Balance

As we approach the time when the days and the nights are most off balance, how do we create balance in our lives? Physical balance has much to teach us about spiritual balance. Join us as we navigate the relationship between stillness and movement that … read more.

Blessed Rest

When the work seems so urgent and the stakes so high, how do we find the rest we need to keep going? How do we find sustainability in our movement work? How is self-care restorative and radical rather than self-indulgent? How can we create rhythms … read more.


What does mending and healing look like right now? When so much of our lives are upended and our new normal continues to wear on us, how do we repair ourselves and repair the world?

Worship leader: Rev. Elizabeth Carrier-Ladd
Worship assistant: Grace Lindsay-Parks

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Our Hands

So much is passed down from generation to generation. Within us we hold generations of joy and pain. Healing in an embodied way is justice work and deeply life giving. Join us as we explore how we might heal what is in our hands so … read more.

Now What?

As we grapple with the state of our world and the outcome of the election, let us take a collective breath together. Let us feel all of our feelings. Let us reground and recenter for the work ahead. Let us find some healing in a … read more.

Ancestor’s Dreams

We are the dreams of our ancestors. Those who we are directly descended from in family or in tradition. Those who have influenced us with their words and deeds. As we gather to remember those who have died that continue to impact our lives, let … read more.

Always Calling

What messages from deep within us might we miss in the rush of our lives? Or in the ways we numb ourselves? How do we create enough space and enough silence to hear our deepest yearning? How do we answer what is always calling?