Making Good Mistakes

March 1, 2020
Philosopher and cognitive scientist Daniel C Dennett wrote, “Instead of turning away in denial when you make a mistake, you should become a connoisseur of your own mistakes, turning them…

Generations of Resilience

February 23, 2020
Black Freedom organizer from the Civil Rights era Ella Baker said, “We who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes.” Rev. Jolie will lead worship today on the renewal…

Learning From Survivors

February 9, 2020
In our worship service today, we will hear the words of survivors of intimate partner abuse. We will also reflect on the insights of theologians Dr. Delores Williams, Rev. Rebecca…

Change Becomes You

February 2, 2020
Change is not easy. And yet we are so often either in the midst of it, or we anticipate changes in our lives. Rev. Jolie will preach on this topic:…

Holding On To The Good

January 26, 2020
Today's service recognizes and honors Chinese New Year and the traditions honored by it. We are reminded to hold on to the good in our lives and make space for…

Whole, Holy, Hole-y

January 5, 2020
It’s a new year, with the promise of a fresh start, a chance to make resolutions and fix what’s amiss with ourselves. But aren’t we always in process, always hurting,…

Things of Worth

December 8, 2019
The word “worship” comes from an Old English word that means acknowledgment of worth. How can we adequately pay homage to the worthy wonders that awaken awe within each of…

Just As We Are

December 1, 2019
Our worship today will center on illness and wholeness. In honor of World AIDS Day, December 1, we will reflect on the history and present day realities of AIDS. How…