When someone asks you about the Fellowship, what do you say? Two years ago, when we asked each other why we come, we answered: To Connect, Care, Serve, Celebrate and Transform. As we kick off our spring stewardship campaign, come celebrate a religious tradition that dares to evolve with us and puts its faith in […]
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Twenty years ago, an African American colleague described the terror, whenever her (Black) husband was late coming home from work. Was he stopped by the police for driving while Black? Had he been mugged by a gang or thug? Arrested for being in white neighborhood? My partner is white. I’ve never had to live with […]
You may have heard this is an election year in America. We’ve already had debates and an onslaught of advertising. It sounds like democracy, doesn’t it? In society and also in our religious lives, the democratic process requires trust in the development of each individual conscience-a belief that such development is possible for each of […]
Circles of Compassion – Who’s in, who’s not? We live in many circles: From inner self, closest family and friends, those who push our buttons, those we’ve hurt or who have hurt us, and beyond. Explore how compassion transforms us, across many circles.
Do you live in a world of possibility? Or do you feel hemmed in and hopeless? Which world would you like to live in? Opening to the possible is a spiritual practice that can transform ourselves, our relationships, and our organizations.
What’s the relationship of art, spirituality and religion? What are we expressing when we make art? Are art and creativity God’s language, Life’s message? How does art shape our inner lives? Are you an artist? Bring something you’ve made (or a picture of it) for the chalice table or to display in the Gathering Room […]
What’s the hope to people who are affected by this epidemic of mass incarceration that plagues communities and households across the nation? What’s the recipe for surviving that brings quality to the lives of those incarcerated, bringing success to one’s life?
December is a good time of year to reflect on the presence of darkness and light within our hearts, given the fears and flaws within even the best of us. How may we learn to love one another better?
Celebrating the Gifts of Christmas in Community with Carols, Candles and Cookies. Service led by Rev. Mary