Reverend Beth Marshall

May 28 – And Service is Our Prayer – Speaker: Rev. Beth Marshall

This morning’s service is inspired by these words by Rachel Naomi Remen, MD: “Fundamentally, helping, fixing, and service are ways of seeing life. When you help you see life as weak, when you fix, you see life as broken. When you serve, you see life as whole. From the perspective of service, we are all … Continued

May 14 – A Good Enough Mother – Speaker: Rev. Beth Marshall

On a day that too often paints motherhood unrealistically, this morning’s service will ask if being the “World’s Best Mom” is overly ambitious, and if maybe being “good enough” is more than enough? Musicians: Jackson Froman and Bryan Hed.

Why Not Christmas?

Beneath the  seasonal excess and commercialization of Christmas are deep roots.  With stories both old and new, this morning’s service will both point to how over time humanity has celebrated these darkest days of the years while respecting  21st century sensibilities.  For those with concerns about why religious liberals would bother to celebrate Christmas at … Continued

Getting The Best In Us To Rise

Since the beginning of time, families and friends have gathered and shared food — around a fire,  on a rug or woven mat, seated on floor pillows , or at a table with chairs. The meal might be a crust of  bread and a piece of cheese;  it might be a meal of meat, potatoes … Continued