A kid-friendly service of Communion celebrating World Communion Sunday.
We all need to love and be loved but we do not all speak the language of love in exactly the same way.
Males need to reconsider and relearn how we express our power, especially in relationship to women and children.
Ruth was an immigrant. Her experience still provides insights into the courage and creativity required to negotiate that vulnerable identity.
In worship we will lift up our new church theme for the year ahead and invite God’s Spirit to continue to develop us into a community united in love.
Many people find movements of radical inclusion, including the ministry of Jesus, to be very threatening and work to suppress them.
Fair enough, going to church on Sunday is an inconvenience. Some- times it is necessary that we inconvenience ourselves.
The United States has seen a 25% increase in suicide since 1999. Simply condemning suicide does little to prevent it nor does it offer any comfort to the loved ones left behind. A serious conversation, a sacred conversation, is in order.
In the midst of pain, persecution, suffering and sorrow, we do well to put our grief into words, to engage in honest lament.
When life seems out of control, I find myself returning to the foundations of my faith for clarity, centering and courage to face the challenges of each day.