The Use and Abuse of Heritage
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The Use and Abuse of Heritage

History is fluid, and how we tell our stories matters. The stories of who we are and what matters, often referred to as our 'Heritage,' can provide solace and emotional strength when composed with a view towards the higher good. Join us as we explore how to tell our stories so they bring pride, truth, comfort, and reform.

How Many Shapes of Water Are There?
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How Many Shapes of Water Are There?

"How Many Shapes of Water Are There?" — led by the Revs. Anya and Scott Sammler-Michael, senior co-ministers. There are as many shapes of water as there are experiences of ultimate truth. As the poet Rumi shares, "there are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground." In this service we celebrate this diversity. The first of our Series on the Six Sources.

From the Future Comes a Cry
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From the Future Comes a Cry

"From The Future Comes A Cry"— led by the Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael, senior co-minister. Our annual ingathering & water ceremony service. Join us to reimagine and enliven the welcome we offer one another and those who will join us.

The Inherent Worth and Dignity of All Souls: Universalism in Trying Times
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The Inherent Worth and Dignity of All Souls: Universalism in Trying Times

"The Inherent Worth and Dignity of All Souls: Universalism in Trying Times"— led by the Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael, senior co-minister. Our forebears proclaimed that God's love knows no limits. Universalism is built upon affirming the inherent worth and dignity of all souls. Yet with so many actively undermining love's promise - some even calling for insurrection or the denial of liberty to entire classes of people - how do we affirm the call to honor the dignity of everyone?

Questions for the Ministers
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Questions for the Ministers

A Question Box service where participants are invited to ask the ministers their most pressing questions of faith, theology, ethics, and more.