In these tumultuous times, where do we find the trustworthy in our society, and how to we build trust in the wider world? No easy answers, and all are needed to grapple with the questions and find our way to a wise trust.
Rev. Tricia Brennan
Without trust, we live small stifling lives. With trust, in ourselves and others and possibly the divine, we can imagine and create a way forward founded on partnerships, possibilities, and promise. Trusting people create trustworthy congregations, and they do so not in grand gestures but … read more.
To do justice to the life and memory of Rev. Martin Luther King means not just that we remember his life and words, but we consider what the world of 2019 calls us to do and act. And we ground our actions in … read more.
On this last Sunday of the year, we will let go of what needs to be relinquished and make room for what yearns to be born.
This simple service will differ from our usual form, and will be held in the Allen Parlor.
As the light decreases, how can we welcome the dark in a way that makes it a blessing for us? This story-based Solstice service will have lots of singing and warmth as the days get shorter.
An all ages service, led by Rev. … read more.
December, the darkest month, often the busiest month, is not without mystery and grace, which are the spiritual themes for this month. Sometimes, though, we have to take a step back to see, hear, or feel these elusive realities. And sometimes they are found right … read more.
The Sunday after Thanksgiving, while still in the month of November, offers a chance to pause and take a breath.
December, with all its expectations of good times and gift-giving and busyness, can land hard for some. What spiritual resources can we tap to help make … read more.
When we add a seat at the table for the newcomer, the stranger, the not-yet-friend, we are all blessed.
The choir will sing today on this Sunday before Thanksgiving.