How do the traditional images of the season give us hope, especially since they often run counter to the usual ways and places we turn to for hope?
Speaker: Rev. Kathy Hurt
The holidays encourage plenty of thinking about what we want, so: what do you want this year? And what will you do when what you hoped for doesn’t appear?
A service to prepare for Thanksgiving by reflecting on the many hungers we carry, and what most satisfies them.
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Our worship service will be a celebration of the Day of the Dead holiday, a time for treasuring memories of those we loved and have said goodbye to. You’re invited to bring an item to the service that morning which reminds you of a special … read more.
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Spiritual traditions urge us to extend compassion, even love, to our enemies. But is that truly realistic, or wise? Are there not some enemies who should be fought? This service struggles with the reality of being unable to find caring for those I really, truly, … read more.
As we make more efforts to be inclusive and to notice ways in which we may unconsciously exclude others, we often overlook the small gestures of exclusivity that are happening all around, all the time. This service considers the surprising ways we can overlook the … read more.
One area in which many struggle to find a measure of acceptance, much less beauty, is in our physical appearance. This service looks for ways to see oneself as beautiful, no matter what cultural messages say otherwise.