Speaker: Rev. Matthew McHale

Coming Out & Coming into a Circle of Love

Linda Fitzgerald, Worship Associate

National Coming Out Day (October 11) celebrates coming out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ+). In honor of NCOD, we celebrate the right, the privilege, and the power of having the choice to come out—whether about one’s sexual orientation, gender, … read more.

How Do You Cope with What Won’t End

Todd Covert, Worship Associate

A few months ago, we were ready for the pandemic to be over—really, it’s been longer, but that’s when it finally seemed like it was ending. But this summer that all changed, and that has taken a mental toll on so many … read more.

Turning Over a New Leaf

David Early, Worship Associate

This Sunday falls during the Jewish High Holy Days, which begin with the Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashanah) and end 10 days later with the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur). In Jewish tradition, this is a time for serious introspection, when people … read more.

You Gotta Laugh

One of the things that helped so many of us weather this incredibly difficult pandemic has been humor. It can lift our spirits, or even be an act of defiance. Join us this Sunday as we laugh in the face of it all.

Julie Borden, Worship … read more.

Listening to the Still Small Voice

Sometimes if we listen closely and quiet ourselves, we can hear the small voice within us—whether it’s our conscience, a voice of inner wisdom, or the divine. How can we better listen to this inner wisdom?

Melissa Marote, Worship Associate

Special Music: Vienna … read more.

Take Care of Yourself, Still

During the pandemic, some of us have learned how to better listen to our spiritual and physical needs or found new ways to engage in self-care. And some of us are still learning how or, due to the stresses of pandemic, have not had the … read more.