Topic: Courage

Courage Isn’t the Opposite of Fear

In Person, Facebook Live and YouTube. We grew up thinking that courage and bravery meant not being afraid. But instead, it’s the counter-intuitive truth that courage means acting even when we’re afraid. Today we’ll explore what courage might look like in our lives and in our world. We hope you’ll join us.

In Person Coffee Hour
A time to connect safely in person on the Terrace.

Finding Silence

It takes discipline and courage to admit that you don’t know something or aren’t the right person to tackle a particular challenge. Being an effective presence for change in our world can also mean learning when to be quiet and listen and when to support others’ work.

Eyes Wide Open

As the impact of the climate crisis continues to grow, it is tempting to look away, focusing our energy instead on problems that feel small enough to solve. This week in worship, we will consider how our liberal religious values are calling us to engage the impending catastrophe courageously. Show up this Sunday and commit yourself to showing up for our planet.

The Church is Dead, Long Live the Church!

11:00 a.m.

500 years after Martin Luther courageously instigated the Reformation, religion in our world has begun another process of transformation. This week in worship we will imagine how religion might change in the centuries to come and Reverends Christian and Kristin will offer “the next 95 theses.”