Voices that have remained silent for years are courageously speaking out about abuse and harassment they have suffered. How do we know when to hold silence and when it may be time to speak?
Rev. Katie Kandarian-Morris
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie reminded us of the danger of a single story. What stories of thanksgiving might we find to repair broken dignity?
How might incorporating a practice of gratitude, generosity and wonder move us to spiritual maturity? Is now the moment to begin?
We’ll celebrate and remember those gone before, recognizing the differences, and the connections of All Hallows Eve, All Saints Day, All Souls Day and El Día de los Muertos. Bring a photo or memento for the altar.
As we continue our support and our intention to be allies with native people of our area and students attending Fort Lewis College, we’ll join the theme of Indigenous Peoples’ Day. How might we best honor?
The mystical tradition is found in many religions including our own. How might we find union and spirituality through this awareness?
“Your great mistake is to act the drama as if you were alone,” advises the poet David Whyte. As we kick off the celebration of 50 years of this fellowship, what are the ways this community might sustain you? How might it sustain our fragile world?
There’s an old story told often about the “souls” of the river that flows along this city and beyond. We’ll reconstruct the story to better fit our hopeful theology of a saving faith for all. Bring with you a small amount of water to add to the community stream.
Why would the word “morality” belong only to the religious right? Come explore ethics for liberal religionists.
Our 4th principle calls for a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Bring a book today to leave at the altar and take home another to continue your search.