Looking at the tragic (and unnecessary) suffering that pervades our world, we can understandably feel guilty for all that we have not done to alleviate it, losing faith in ourselves and in humanity at large. How might we approach this feeling of hopelessness as … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Rod Richards
Is there life after death? How do the world’s religions and wisdom traditions respond to this question? What wisdom might we glean from the various responses, knowing that none are definitive?
Jesus said to his disciples, “I am sending you out as sheep among wolves. Therefore be as wise as serpents and as harmless as doves.” What wisdom does that phrase hold for our work in the world?
As Darwin Day approaches, we’ll explore just what the “fit” in “survival of the fittest” might mean.
Resilience has something to do with being able to weather suffering and carry on. Does this have something to do with reaching “closure”? Moving on? Or might it have more to do with remaining open and moving through and with our pain?
Being stubborn is not usually considered to be a positive character trait. But when we consider the necessity of resilience–and the ability to persevere through challenging times and circumstances with our values intact–might stubbornness have a place?
As we consider our highest aspirations, what relevance might the phrase “collective liberation” hold for us? To what is it pointing?
Integrity seems to have something to do with identity. Finding out who I am and staying true to myself. Why is it hard to be me?
In a cultural climate that seems to question the very idea of a shared reality, how can we be expected to “get real”?
Come join us for Christmas Eve service, which will include child dedications, songs from the choir, hymns for us all, and a celebration of hope.