Recognizing the deaths and births in our congregation over the past year.
Author: Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael (Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael)
From Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael, Senior Co-Minister Our culture has a weird relationship with play. Americans work more hours, with less paid time off, than people in any industrialized country. Yet advertising tells us we should take long vacations and follow our bliss – find time to play. We don’t like when people are ‘playing around...
Join Rev Scott and Dionne Ford Kurtti as they share insights from our Sisters in the Wilderness class. We will explore how to equip one another to tell stories from our particular experience and identities, and the theologies they demonstrate. Even though, as Dr James Cone says, there is no Universal about God, we each have our own individual, rich lens into truth and divinity.
The Power of Story: 2021's Coming of Age Class
How sacrificing for the greater good moves us to blossom into something glorious, which we never had imagined possible.
“Be aware of what you worship, because what you worship you are becoming.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson Emerson helps us clarify that what we give our hearts to deserves our best: “What you worship your are becoming.” Using the term God very loosely, I urge you ~ know what your God is; know what you worship. And, yes, we...