Who would’ve ever thought that there’d come a time when religious liberals would be looking to set a firmer boundary around truth? Whether on social media or over coffee with friends – we have to admit, many of us can get obsessed with asserting exactly where the lines are between what is true, and what is not. Our religious ancestors […]
by Kristen Psaki, Ministerial Resident One of my favorite ways to describe a minister is as a storyteller. Humans are a storytelling animal, after all. We think and learn and share and grow in and through stories. The story I shared with loved ones a few weeks after joining the ministry team last August was […]
By Linda Kothera I serve on the Nominating Committee (Nom Com, for short) at Foothills and have been asked to write a post about our work. We’ve made some changes over the last couple of years and are starting to see the fruits of our labor. First, a bit about what the Nom Com […]
In December, Brian and I spent five days in the wintry desert of northern New Mexico. We attended a four-day retreat at Ghost Ranch called Landscapes and Soulscapes centered on a book, Camino Divina, by the facilitator/author, Gina Marie Mammano. The retreat directed us in different themes for walking meditation and different forms of spiritual practice.
On Sunday, Feb. 10, at 12:45 pm, there is a special congregational meeting in the Sanctuary, with the sole agenda item of voting on the the Board of Trustees’ recommendation to call Rev. Sean Neil-Barron into covenant with the congregation as our associate minister.
A charrette is an interactive group session intended to generate design ideas. What does charrette mean? Click to find out!
Mission Statement: The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado is the proactive voice for promoting justice, religious liberty, and interfaith understanding, driving social change and equality through education and dialogue. The goal of the Interfaith Alliance is to demonstrate compassion, cooperation, and partnership to benefit the common good. “At the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado, we work to […]
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 […]
We assumed that at some point it was likely that Border Patrol would tell us to stop, tell us that we would be arrested if we proceeded. But we did think that most of the 100 or so of us “arrestables” would make it to the zone before that happened. However, that was not the way it happened.