Speaker: Rev. Matthew McHale

Emerging from Hibernation

Aimee Noel, Worship Associate

It may seem strange to discuss coming out of hibernation before we are through the first month of winter, but many of us have been hibernating for almost three years. The rest of hibernation is important, but there also comes a time … read more.

Candlelight Christmas Eve Service

Linda Fitzgerald, Worship Associate

Join us for our annual candlelight Christmas Eve service, where we’ll sing carols, share the ancient story of the rebirth of hope and reflect on the meaning of Christmas in our lives and in the world. Afterward join us for warm drinks … read more.

What are You Waiting for?

Melissa Marote, Worship Associate

As we move toward the winter holidays, we enter what has been, since most ancient times, the season of expectation and preparation. This morning we reflect on what it is we are waiting for. What are we preparing for?

 

 

Blue Holidays Vespers Service

In-Person Only

During this holiday season, our culture insists we be happy and celebratory. For many of us, the holidays can be a painful and lonely time. Join us in ritual, song, and silence, as we take a pause to honor the blueness of the holidays … read more.

Bread Communion

Julie Border, Worship Associate

The ritual of communion began as a time set aside to welcome everyone to a communal table to share food and give thanks. In sharing bread we celebrate the gifts of the earth, and the gifts of our own hands and hearts.

If … read more.

Now What? Notes from the Religious Left

David Early, Worship Associate

Even as the election is over and the dust settles, our religious values—our affirmation of the inherent worth and dignity of every person and understanding that we are all part of an interdependent web—call us to continue working for justice, democracy, and … read more.