As the Rev. Maureen Killoran writes, “we ensnare ourselves with the magnitude of what the poet called the mutilated world. We get busy, and troubled, and frightened, and then, incongruously, it’s time for Thanksgiving. I, at least, need this season to remind myself to be … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Tracey Robinson-Harris
Drawing the New York Times’ 1619 Project remembering the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in what would become the United States, the sermon explores telling the story of “the first ones” and the risks and the power of telling truth. … read more.
In recognition of Veteran’s Day, this sermon explores the experiences that come from knowing war from a distance – from history, from family, from community, from politics.
Multigenerational service honoring the traditions of Dia de Los Muertos, of Halloween of Samhain. In these days, we remember and honor the ancestors. This multigenerational service is such a time. Please bring small mementos of those you wish to honor. There will time during the … read more.
As I listen to the leaders of the climate strike movement, mixed in with the anger and the urgency and frustration and the hope and the passion is a grief born of the experience of loosing home while you/we are still at home. The sermon … read more.