Speaker: Amanda Schuber

The Path of Least Resistance

Muscle memory is a funny thing; it allows our bodies to move through our world without our minds necessarily being present. Our bodies will always take the path of least resistance, and our minds generally will, too. How do we as a people of faith … read more.

Are We There Yet

We spend countless hours getting from “here to there,” but how often do we actually appreciate the journey for all that it has to offer? This Sunday we gather to explore the adventures that wait if we stop and take the time to say yes … read more.

All Are Called

Ministry is a “Calling”, a nagging voice deep inside that tugs at you at the most inopportune times; a pull that just won’t let go. We often think that only certain people are called, but what if we’ve been thinking all wrong? What if we ALL … read more.

A Life Well Lived

This month our worship theme has been creativity; this Sunday we will explore the ways in which we create a life of meaning and purpose, drawing from the life of one of our own much beloved congregants, Ilene Sparks.

Into the Light

Approximately 42.5 million adults are impacted by mental health issues every year in our country. An even greater number love someone who lives with mental health issues. Yet we, as a society, rarely talk about the impact, the treatments, and the realities of mental health challenges.

Join … read more.

Acts of Worship

“I’ve always believed that anything done with care and joy can be an act of worship, and the kitchen for me has often been a form of church, even if the anointing oil in this case was olive.”

~ John Pavlovitz

Join us this week to … read more.

El Dia De Los Muertos

In the Mexican tradition, the dead are honored with beautiful altars, music, dancing, and offerings of their favorite foods. We are grateful for rituals that encourage us to open our hearts and express our love for our dearly departed. Join us in commemorating the Days … read more.

Coming Out, Again

October 11th is recognized as National Coming Out Day, a day founded in 1988 by Robert Eichsberg and Jean O’Leary marking the anniversary of the 1987 March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.  While much progress towards equality and recognition has been made since … read more.

Happy Dreamer

What could the world look like if we channeled our creative energy and talents towards the great problems that plague our communities? Imagine a world where, instead of asking children what they want to be when they grow up, we dare to ask them what … read more.

Life Built on Questions

“Hearing about [others’] first, big question got me wondering about my own. What is the question that I asked as a little girl and have never stopped asking? How has asking that question defined,even if unconsciously, the choices I’ve made, the things I’ve created, the … read more.