What can we learn from Black History, both in the nation and in our own faith movement?
Speaker: Rev. Katie Kandarian-Morris
How do we build trust in what matters? In the time in which we live, where we aren’t certain of what is real, what tools do we have?
Today we’ll mark twenty years of ministry, considering the shifts and surprises along the way. What beliefs help ground the journey? Stay for a reception with cake and a toast.
Just over 50 years ago, Martin Luther King, Jr. gave this speech to make a call to action to mobilize a multiracial effort to mobilize America’s poor. Let us consider where the message is still radical.
As we kick off a new year, we’ll take inventory of our gifts, let go of what we no longer value, and lift up words of mission. Come, participate in our burning off ceremony.
Two Christmas Eve services: 4:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m.
Join us this Christmas Eve for carols, beautiful music and a sense of mystery in the sacred and ordinary. We’ll have eggnog and cookies in between services from 5-5:45pm.
What other ancient stories come to us at this time of dark and cold? Come, hear of the Yule Log!
After hate threatened their city, the people of Billings, Montana amassed the strength of their community to affirm what is really most important. Let’s consider that strength today.
We reject any effort to erase transgender people. Come, build community together. Our choir will sing in support.
When we tell stories about our loved ones, they live on and so do we. We’ll celebrate All Souls Day and remember all those we have loved who are no longer with us. Bring a picture for our memory altar. Our Movement Choir will help … read more.