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…

Gratitude and Abundance

November 24, 2019
Mary Oliver wrote: attention is the beginning of devotion. This Sunday before Thanksgiving, we will reflect on gratitude, abundance, and devotion: all outgrowths of attention. Our opening words this morning…

Attention With Intention

November 10, 2019
There are a lot of competing demands for our attention these days. This service will focus on how we can regain some autonomy over what we pay attention to, and…

We Need All of Us

November 3, 2019
For our family and adult worship topics, we will ask, what is it like to try to understand the world through another person’s experience? We all pay attention in differ-…

Whose Is This?

October 20, 2019
My two-year-old is very concerned about what’s hers, and making sure everyone in the sandbox knows it: “Mine!” This morning we will consider: what belongs to us, and to what…

Raise A Noise

September 29, 2019
This evening at sundown is the Jewish New Year; with the turning of the year comes a chance for renewal. Let us renew our commitment to hope, however hopeless we…

In Praise of Not Knowing

September 22, 2019
My fingers itch to pull up Google on my phone if someone asks something I can’t answer. What happens when we prefer questions to answers, or even questions without answers?…

Expect To Connect

September 15, 2019
Have you ever arrived in a new place, begun a new project, or been introduced to a new person and felt impatient for great things to start happening right away?…