Whether you are facing a career change, a relationship transition, or simply seeking direction in life, this sermon is for you. Come and discover “What’s Next?: The Mystery of Moving Forward.” Together, let’s embrace the unknown with faith and courage, knowing that life has a … read more.
For the past 16 months, Sue Lamb has been facing terminal illness with courage and determination. This Sunday, Sue shares how she refused to be defined by a diagnosis, choosing instead to live each day with intention and gratitude. Sue explores the complex emotions of grappling … read more.
At this time of the year, we tend to focus on one family and the birth of a single child, but we have the opportunity to see through a prism that lets us realize that we are all, each of us, pregnant with the Holy. … read more.
Christmas Eve Services will be held at 4:30pm (for families) and 7:00pm (for all ages & live-streamed). Please join us then!
Please join us for our interactive, no-rehearsal Christmas Pageant. The entire congregation will have the opportunity to participate, but don’t worry no rehearsal is required. There will be a fun, upbeat, humorous tone, and Christmas carols will be interspersed throughout. Hope to see you on … read more.
It seems peculiar to talk about power as a virtue, but I think this is because, most often, we talk about it from the perspective of hoarding power, of power over, or the power to get what we want. But power that is used to … read more.
Annie Dillard, reflecting on the writing process, once said, “Do not hoard what seems good for a later place in the book or for another book; give it, give it all, give it now… the impulse to keep to yourself what you have learned is … read more.
When called upon to be involved in someone’s life in a way that is new to us, why do we often demur? Is this a natural response or a selfish one? How do we make an accurate choice? In many cases, what needs to be done … read more.
It is easy to be grateful when someone does something beneficial for us, but being grateful, that is, living as a grateful person, also helps us to see that even some of the most difficult challenges we’ve faced carry a seed that can set us … read more.
At the core of saying ‘yes’ to anything is a decision: a decision to choose this idea, action, person, or object over all others. The word decide comes from the Latin decidere (de- ‘off’ + caedere ‘cut’) or to cut off. Whenever we make a … read more.