Everything is falling apart, and everything is possible . . . which can feel overwhelming! Building a new way of being means believing that change is possible. This is the seventh sermon in a 10-part series inspired by the book “Active Hope” by Chris Johnstone and Joanna Macy.
Imagine a world without factory farming. A world where billions of animals no longer suffer. A world with a cleaner and safer environment. Being a vegan or a vegetarian may help create this world but there are other ways to make it happen too. Join Anne McKeirnan in this lay led service, and explore how […]
Our modern culture glorifies youth and devalues aging. But that doesn’t mean we have to! This morning congregants of all ages will celebrate the gifts (and recognize the challenges) of growing older. Congregants 60 years and older will receive blessings and gifts as crones and sages.
By some accounts, we are experiencing a second wave of the civil rights movement. In observance of Cesar Chavez Day, we will consider how racism, sexism, and classism remain insidious. We will also learn about the national Poor People’s Campaign, led by Rev. Dr. William Barber.