A reflection on last week’s events… as a country and as a congregation. Where do we go from here? Where we always go: to Love.
2020 is over. How do we now design a post-pandemic world? What would you like to imagine our world to be like?
We will sit in the liminal transition space of the ending of 2020. There are many things from 2020 that we would like to let go of, personally and nationally. And, many things to look forward to in the New Year. Join us for a time of deep reflection.
When we can sit still long enough, we can often hear what our hearts are telling us. As we honor the Solstice, let us listen to what it and our hearts are telling us.
Rev. Megan Visser draws upon neurobiology and spiritual practices to safely explore our responses to stress and trauma.
The science of snowflakes and the uniqueness of you.
We think that if we let our hurt and grief at the state of the world and the planet in, we’ll be overwhelmed. But that’s where the healing and wisdom begin.
As we come upon the holiday season, still in the depths of COVID19, how do we do “holidays” now? And how do we both mourn what was, and embrace what is?
Star Trek is one of the most popular and profitable franchises in the history of television and movies. Why? What does the story of our future reveal about us in the present?
So, it’s after a very contentious election. What now? How do we continue the work of healing the pain that has divided our country?
“Real care means the willingness to help each other in making our brokenness into the gateway to joy.” – Henri Nouwen. We heal, we learn, we grow — we replenish our well — in community, too. This Sunday, we’ll consider the ways community care manifests in church — how can we travel alongside one another toward wholeness? When have we made our way to the gateway to joy, together?
As we come up on the pagan holiday of Samhain, it seems as if the world kind of stands still for a moment. What does it mean to stand in the liminal space and time? What can it teach us?