The massive disruption in our lives over the past month can cause pain and loss, fear and loneliness. It can also break our hearts open to new ways of hearing old stories, to new understandings of the truth in our interconnectedness with all that is. … read more.
How do we cope with this time of uncertainty—with the sheer fact that we can’t know for sure when sheltering in place will responsibly end, when the virus will truly be contained, or what life will be like when we are … read more.
Congregants who participated in our “Transgender Inclusion in Congregations” class this fall share the wisdom and beauty of what they have learned and invite us to create spaces where, indeed, “all genders are sacred,” as we now say in our Welcome each … read more.
This Sunday’s service draws on images and music to spark our imaginations about the wisdom available for communities striving to Make Love Visible in all we say and do. Rev. Nancy and Worship Associate Eric Meece play with the imagery of … read more.