Sermons

In our work- and wealth-obsessed culture, we may confuse our self worth with our net worth. But the landscape of employment has changed drastically in our times, and we are…

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…

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…
In a world that seems to be collapsing and showing us more clearly than ever the many injustices which exist nationally and globally, social justice work is calling us to…

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…