A virtual service led by the Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Heidi Emhoff-Wood.
John Lovejoy Elliott wrote: “The love that was once born can never die. For it becomes a part of us, of our lives, woven into the very texture of our being.” In keeping with the many spiritual traditions of remembrance during this time of the year, we will once again remember and honor our beloved dead with rituals and songs, love and tears, weaving anew their memory into our hearts.
A virtual service led by Rev. Steven Protzman and Worship Associate Kathy Kerns.
It has been revealed in the news and in a documentary titled “The Social Dilemma” that Facebook has a series of algorithms (sets of rules and process) designed to promote divisiveness and anti-social behavior. As a congregation, our covenant is based on algorithms that are meant to promote values of radical hospitality and inclusivity. How are we doing with our algorithms? What work do we need to do to truly live into our covenant and practice our values?
Owl Post! Congratulations – You just received your letter from Hogwarts! We’ll expect to see you in the great hall promptly at 10am with robes and wands at the ready! The Headmaster has added a new class to the schedule…Self-Care Hogwarts Style. By the end of this lesson you should know at least a thousand ways to restore balance and nourish your spirit each and every day.
A virtual service led by the Welcoming Congregation Renewal Team.
LGBTQIA+ people have long been excluded, from the wider society, from churches, and from families. October 11th of each year is National Coming Out Day, an opportunity to raise awareness for individuals who are part of the LGBTQIA+ community . As we honor Coming Out Day, we will renew our call to be a welcoming congregation, a place where LGBTQIA+ people are not merely tolerated but are called in and embraced and celebrated for who they are.