Speaker: Rev. Kristina Church
Some people choose solitude; some of us have it thrust upon us through life changes that inevitably come with being human. Is there a difference between loneliness and solitude? How can we as a community support each other through all the seasons of our lives?
A random encounter on a busy street corner uncovers deep longing and becomes the catalyst for a lifetime project of welcoming the stranger. How can the practice of radical hospitality become a part of our own lives?
In hard times, our beloved community can give each other the gift of presence. Yes, we will hold our Christmas Eve service, in a slightly less traditional format than usual. We hope you can join us for this very special evening of music and spoken … read more.
Democracy is, and has always been, a mass improvisation in which we write a collective story by making millions of individual decisions. On this All Souls Day, let’s pay … read more.