Speaker: Rev. Katie Kandarian-Morris

Lessons From the Ancestors

On this Halloween Sunday, when we acknowledge the Samhain time of the veil between the lost loved ones becoming thin, let us remember all souls and our loved ones lost by bringing photos for the altar.

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No Strangers Here

The quote, “There are no strangers here, only friends you haven’t yet met,” has long been attributed to the poet Yeats, but rather than referring to an Irish pub, could mean the way we think about cultivating relationship based on covenant.

Let’s consider the power … read more.

The Possibility of Both/And

Please bring a small vial of water with you to represent your travels and your home. We’ll create community, embracing possibility of more than one way of being and understanding the world.

9am Family Breakfast at Columbine House patio

By the Book

The Sunday New York Times features a regular column on writers and what has influenced them. How might we answer the questions they are asked, such as, ‘what’s on your nightstand?’, ‘your favorite book as a child?’, ‘what book most influenced you?’ Bring a book … read more.

E Pluribus Unum

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Tom Owen-Towle writes in Growing the Beloved Community, “the key in healthy churches [fellowships] is the ability to ride as intrepidly as possible this dynamic paradox of unity amid diversity. Immediately following an abbreviated worship we’ll have our annual … read more.