Anyone with flowers to share is invited to bring them.
Speaker: Rev. Lynda Sutherland
All Ages service
The spiritual journey can be understood as a dance moving in and out of four mystical paths, each with their own gifts: awe and wonder; letting go; creativity; compassion and justice. These “cycles of life” allow us to be more whole-ly human. Can we accept … read more.
We live in sacred relationship with every other living thing. The entire earth community depends upon the healing of harm already done, moving toward sustainability for the future, and harmony that offers live-giving coexistence for all. Can we embrace our responsibility to care?
Celebrating Earth Day – with All Ages Stewardship Finale: On April 21st, the church service will include the younger members of our congregation, as they celebrate our Sacred Earth and our Parish responsibility to the future that holds their visions, hopes and dreams. Come and … read more.
Ecologist David George Haskell says,” I think we’re all in a deep relationship with the natural world.” But relationships must be tended. What practices in your life draw you closer to your true essence and closer to compassion for other beings and all of creation?
reation is rife with theme and variation, and yet fear has driven us to try to tame, label and homogenize it. What do we lose when we privilege dominant voices and limit perspectives? Diversity is an essential part of creation and should be celebrated!
Life in all its joys and struggles is a blessing-which means, it is something worth sharing. How might moving through our days with an eye for recognizing goodness and blessing,transform our experience of life?
The irony in Moving Out of Scare City is that we don’t have to pack up and go anywhere. Rather, we are called to transform the places within and around us with the evidence of love and grace. We are called to show forth the … read more.