Thanksgiving is a complicated holiday in our nation’s history. As we wake up to the knowledge that we live on land originally occupied by indigenous people, how to do we honor the memory of the land and share our gratitude for the here and now?
Kim Mason - Intern Minister
Where and how do we create time to nurture our inner life? What practices to we maintain that enrich our connections with ourselves and the greater mysteries of life? This sermon launches a year long exploration into spiritual practice.
The North Star is a lodestar, a guiding star used by travelers to help them navigate. As Unitarian Universalists, what are some of our historic lodestars? And what are some of our shared lodestars? This Sunday we kick off our summer series on North Stars, … read more.
Emergence is the philosophical and religious approach that any system, any whole, is greater than the sum of its parts. However, the beauty of any system is dependent upon the interconnections of each part. In a world where we choose our interactions, what does emergence … read more.
Our lives are filled with moments when we choose to stay in the game, stay at the table or stay in the conversation. These choices can be wise or risky, calculated or foolish. Using lessons learned from playing roller derby, ministerial intern Kim Mason will … read more.
This is a quieter service in our chapel for those who welcome the chance to slow down through readings, silence, and music. Led by Kim Mason and Kristen Psaki, Intern Ministers