Have you ever noticed that whenever someone says “Don’t take this personally but” no matter what the next words out of their mouth can not be taken any way but personally. When people have said “Don’t take this personally but I don’t believe being gay is nature”, it’s hard for me (Rev. Sean) to respond […]
This Sunday we are launching our worship series Every/body. For the next four weeks, our worship will invite us to get to know our bodies as we dive into topics like aging, abortion, gender. Watch our Every/body series trailer below and continue reading to get a sneak peek at the series, including our new theme song.
What makes Foothills feel good? Brownies, Contra Dancing and Early Mornings?!
Foothills Staff share what makes them feel good. Hint Hint it includes some awesome dance songs, and tofu!?
by Rev. Sean Last evening I sat down on a cushion, lit a candle, and did something. Contemplation seems too lofty a word, it could have been prayer, maybe meditation. Mostly I just watched the flame dance, felt my breath, and deepened into the silence. I actually threw my phone across the room (onto the […]
Being Better is a roughly monthly series of workshops focused on developing the skills to be there for those we care about when it matters most. Each month from January to May you are invited to deepen and practice your relational skills with the goal of being better friends, partners, parents, and citizens.
You may have notice that the past two Sundays we’ve had coffee hour outside – by the warmth of our fire pits. In an attempt to support the desire expressed by many of you for a longer and more spacious coffee hour, the Hospitality Team is trying an experiment through January: Weather permitting, we’ll have […]
Often, we think of ourselves in a small community bubble, our sphere of influence extremely limited. But together we join together with our community, we can have the almost unlimited potential to have a real impact in our world.
It is with great sadness that we share that Rev. Dr. Marc Salkin passed away this weekend.
About 10 days ago, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) and the Poor People’s Campaign sent out a call to clergy across the US to see who would be willing and able to join in an action at the San Diego/Tijuana border on December 10th.