It’s a hard time to be a humanist. The evidence for human goodness and the capacity for humanity to save ourselves feels like it’s at an all-time low. The pandemic and the polarization of the last few years have shown us human selfishness, short-sightedness, and stubborn ignorance. Or at least, that’s what it feels like […]
Our 7 pm Modern Pageant Service is now available at this link: https://youtu.be/pb1FH5A59To.
We hope to see you tonight for one of our FOUR Christmas Eve Services. Get the details about all Christmas Eve services (and this Sunday the 26th) 5 PM In-Person Christmas Eve Pageant The 5 pm service will take place in person in the East church parking lot! The service will be under 45 minutes in length. […]
Due to the rising concern about the Omicron Variant of COVID-19, we have decided to make adjustments to our Christmas Eve Services to prioritize safety for all participants. This includes a location change for our 5 PM service to outdoors, some additional regulations for our 9 PM service, and a more robust online offering so […]
Making Peace With What Haunts Us: A Writing Practice Find a pen and paper. Set aside 10 minutes in a quiet space that allows you to focus. When we consider making peace with what haunts us, it can be helpful to examine where exactly we’re trying to get to. What do we mean by “peace”? […]
During her sermon on Sunday, Rev. Gretchen talked about how ghost stories can be a way to say “this happened, and it won’t really ever be over – even if we don’t talk about it. And that can be ok. Because we learn to live with it. We find ways to come to terms with it – […]
https://youtu.be/HyTIhk_q3f8 “Allow” by Danna Faulds There is no controlling life.Try corralling a lightning bolt,containing a tornado. Dam astream and it will create a newchannel. Resist, and the tidewill sweep you off your feet.Allow, and grace will carryyou to higher ground. The onlysafety lies in letting it all in –the wild and the weak; fear,fantasies, failures […]