Join us as one of our JUC members and Rev. Wendy explore blessing together.
Rev. Wendy Williams - Senior Minister
A mushroom walks into a bar. The bartender says he can’t serve him. He says, “Why not? I’m a fun guy.” On Father’s Day, we celebrate Dad jokes as a gift of play.
As we welcome new members, we take a new look at our church, faith, and religion. Could it be that a part of what we are doing together is reminding each other of the incredible lightness of being?
Join Rev. Wendy and Jules as they explore why play is more than fun. It may even be a tool of our faith?
Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.” How do we do that individually and collectively?
Special guest song-leader and speaker Melanie DeMore leads a service of story and song, leading community singing that inspires personal resilience and social change.
Stories are the way we carry the past into the future. Stories connect us to each other. There is power in story to change and be changed. In a faith tradition that reminds us our story is not pre-determined, how are we called to pay … read more.
The dominant culture in the U.S. sees becoming through the lens of achievement. What if becoming isn’t ever done?
As a people whose interaction with the Easter story is metaphorical, what does the empty tomb offer us. What does it have to teach us about becoming?
There is a line in the Book of Matthew that says “By their fruits you shall know them.” What does that mean? What if isn’t just our fruits (our production) that say something about us, but our commitments? What do we learn about ourselves from … read more.