Topic: Personal Growth

Resolutions & Intentions

Every year we make resolutions. In short order, they go by the wayside. Is there a way to align our promises with reality?

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A Labyrinth and a Princess

We’ll explore labyritine history and experience walking the path. This ancient maze has a twisted history of its own – and modern interpretations. Let’s bring in the New Year with a time-honored spiritual experience, along with a story.

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Reaching Back for the Future

There is plenty to criticize about our religious ancestors, the Pilgrims and Puritans. But there are also some things we can learn from their story. There is a Ghanian proverb: “It is not wrong to go back for that which you have forgotten.” Learning from … read more.

We Remember

Our annual Remberance Service holds all that we love and all that we have lost. As the pandemic is fittfuly subsiding, we take a moment to pause. As a community, we come together to memorialize loved ones, honor other losses, remember abiding truths, and recommit … read more.

Spatial Relations

Ministers are often told to look at the congregation from the balcony to see what is going on. Presidents look out over the country from the Oval Office. Astronauts look the entire earth as it floats through space. Distance certainly plays a role in relationships. … read more.

I’ll Meet You There

Can you still hear the song? The one sung for you
when you were born…

Listen carefully … Can you hear it still? A song of possibility.

We’ll listen for the music but also the words of Rumi as we celebrate Rumi’s … read more.

Unless We Go Forth

We’ve been rattled. We’ve been shaken. And if its a word, we’ve been pandemicked. It is hard to tell where we are. As we journey forth, we take time to look at the lessons of Yom Kippur. Not just lessons of forgiveness for others, but … read more.

Who Tells Our Story?

In the musical Hamilton, George Washington advises Hamilton that while he can dream of great things while fighting for a better world, he must remember that history has its eyes on him.  He also says that we have no control over who lives, who dies, … read more.

What is Beautiful?

Life is hard.  Pandemic. Shootings.  Racism.  The list goes on.  Even so, life can be wonderful, beautiful even.  It has been said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  If that is so, who is the beholder?  Is it us?  Maybe.  If not, … read more.