This holiday service includes a pageant inspired by Patricia Polocco’s story, “The Trees of the Dancing Goat.” The service was organized by Rebecca Crawford and Reverend Aaron Stockwell and brought to life by our youth and young at heart. This story of interfaith relationships in … read more.
Inspired by the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., “Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree,” we explore the many ways that we are all planting the seeds of change and hope … read more.
I start my new year intent on hope; intent on being hopeful that it is still humanly possible to live in a shared world.
The Worship & Arts Council welcomes Reverend Stephen Shick to the pulpit this Sunday.
Even in dark times a new year arrives each day. As it dawns, we are called to remember the light of those who taught us to choose life that all might live … read more.
The Worship & Arts Council welcomes the Reverend Fred Small to the pulpit this Sunday.
Any contemplation of global climate change, its frightening consequences, and the tardiness and timidity of nations in response is necessarily a meditation on hope. When the earth and its people are … read more.