Tibetan Buddhist nun Pema Chödrön calls the place where the upliftedness of our ideas meets the rawness of life – the big squeeze. How and where do we experience the big squeeze in the work of building beloved community? How might we use the lens … read more.
Kristen Psaki - Intern Minister
What makes someone an elder? It’s a word distinct from “senior” and even distant in meaning from “elderly.” To speak of “elders” carries a recognition of strength and wisdom. In an age of information, a moment of much upheaval, a time of much uncertainty, what … read more.
“From the place where we are right, flowers will never grow” writes poet Yehuda Amichai. As we reflect upon the turning of a turbulent year and name intentions for the one to come, what might we hear and grow into if we allow the dug … 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
Our Christmas message in lessons and carols amplified by the JUiCe Worship Band. Led by Rev. Wendy Williams; Liturgist Kristen Psaki, Intern Minister
As the saying goes, we are where we are because of where we’ve been. Stories are at work within each of us that define our religious pasts. Some of us bring angry and unresolved feelings about experiences in other religious institutions, others have warm memories. … read more.