Our faith is often described as a liberal religious tradition. But are being liberal or progressive minded enough in these polarized times? Join us as we remember our faith’s liberating heritage and consider how we are being called to work for liberation in our world today.
Speaker: Rev. Kristin Grassel Schmidt with Melissa Rosales
This week we will hear the story of how two people with different perspectives listened deeply to one another, and how the experience empowered them in different ways. We will celebrate as our Board President changes her name and consider deeply how we are all called to listen and respond when love makes a change or a boundary.
Though our country and economy are broken and divided, we still believe in the power of our shared mission to nurture our spirits and help heal our world. Join us this Sunday to celebrate all of the good this congregation does and make your pledge to sustain our work to grow into a future that needs the transforming love we’ve received as part of this community. (Testimony by Lonnie Moseley)
This week in worship we kick off a year of learning and growing together by blessing the backpacks our children and youth will take with them into the new school year and by bringing and blessing waters in this annual ceremony. Please bring a small container of water with you this Sunday, symbol of the gifts, perspectives, needs, and growing edges you bring into our community.
Sunday July 29, 2018
Reason is an important part of liberal faith but it alone is not enough. Join us this Sunday for a service about the many building blocks for strong, liberal faith.
Join us this Easter Sunday for a shorter service of story, song, and celebrating the power of life and love over death and hate. This is a service for all ages, but nursery care will be available for babies and young children who would rather spend the service playing. Everyone is invited to join us after the service for our annual brunch and Easter Egg Hunt!