Multigenerational service honoring the traditions of Dia de Los Muertos, Samhain and …
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Tracey Robinson-Harris
Rosh Hashanah begins at sunset on this Sunday and the traditional greeting is spoken again – L’shanah tovah meaning for a good year. As the church new year begins, this service is an invitation to consider what would make a good year for you, for … read more.
In mid August a memorial plaque was placed on the site of the Okjokull Glacier, the first of Iceland’s glaciers lost to climate change. The plaque reads in part “. . . we know what is happening and what needs to be done. Only you … read more.
This multigenerational service celebrates community and connection and will include a water communion ritual. Please bring water to add to our communal bowl, whether from a place you visited, your home town, or your kitchen faucet. The service is led by Rebecca Crawford, Director … read more.
Bring a flower to share
This service is the last in our sanctuary until the Sunday after Labor Day. As we mark this transition in space and time, we will celebrate Flower Communion. Sometimes referred to as Flower Ceremony or Flower Festival, this ritual celebrates beauty, … read more.