2022 is the 54th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s death. And as our country reckons mightily with our history of racism, we must come to grips with this brave and inconvenient hero. If King’s radical message remains vigorously alive, we must seriously ask what it truly demands of us right here, right now in America.
How do we live our lives with intention? There are some ancient traditions that might shed some new light.
Have you got questions? Rev. Sian Wiltshire has answers! This is your chance to ask any question you like — about life, theology, the church, ministry, etc. A favorite service, come see if Rev. Sian can answer your burning questions!
We will sit in the liminal transition space of the ending of 2021 and the beginning of 2022. This has been a year of reemerging and receding; a back-and-forth year. Many people are yearning for the waiting to be over and for a new beginning. Let’s take some time for deep reflection letting go of what has been as we prepare for what will be.
Hear Joel Ibanez and Meg Wilson as they share personal stories and lessons about being part of AA and Al-Anon.
Who would have thought that Joy would be an act of resistance? Learn about Pleasure Activism and how joy is an act of justice. The choir has returned to Daniels Hall to sing in the service for the first time since March 2020!
We often mix up happiness and joy, but they are different. Come join Rev. Sian as she explores how to find those moments of joy in our daily lives.
Advent can be a busy time of preparation, caretaking, and maybe even worrying. Can we be festive without being stressed? And how can we call ourselves back into a moment of joy, contentment, and spiritual renewal?
History doesn’t have to mean a long time ago. It can mean how we are dealing with the history we are creating right now. Come explore how we might change recent history for the better.
Each of us have our own history – where we come from, our ancestors, our culture that makes us who we are. What can we learn from where we came from?
History is being revised to include the point of view of those who are marginalized. How do we hold both the good and bad of our US history?
We have lost a lot this year: loved ones, opportunities, and a sense of normalcy. But on this Sunday, Samhain, in many earth-based practices, we take a brief moment to reflect on those who have joined the ancestral realm and the legacy that they leave behind as we move forward into our next normal.