Dear Friends, I know, it’s not exactly news that Larimer County’s infection rates have been rising exponentially, or that we were headed for an increased degree of shutting down. Actually, many of us have been hoping for this sort of action for a while. And STILL, there was something about the reality of it all […]
After our pandemic break, the Building Expansion Team (BET) is back on the job. When we left you, the board had authorized going forward with our building project and the congregation approved the financing plan. Since then much has changed. The BET has been looking at our new world and identified some questions to address:
Last week we asked you the following question: “Where are the places in your life where you can show up exactly as you are and be embraced? What makes that possible?” Here are the answers we received:
I want to start this letter with my most sincere gratitude and praise. I have only been a part of this community for a few months, but I’ve learned so much from all of you. I’ve seen immeasurable graciousness, love, support, and care, not only to me but to each other. This type of fierce and unwavering compassion is rare and awe-inspiring.
“Do you engage in anything that you would consider a spiritual practice? What does it look like? What obstacles get in your way?” Thank you to those who shared their spiritual practices with us last week. Here are your responses:
Thanks for sharing some great ideas for soups to make this fall! Chili and Butternut Squash soup were the big winners. Here’s what was shared:
If you judge a meeting by its agenda, September’s board meeting did not appear to have blockbuster potential.
Last week we asked you to share 3 things about winter that you love. We turned your responses into a word cloud.