Imagine Inspired Leadership

by Rev Michelle Our Opening words today are “There is Room Here for You” by Mary Edes If God is your strength and companionand prayer the means of centering your thoughts,There is room for you here. If the teachings of the Buddha give youclarity and calm in the midst of Read more…

Imagine 2021

by Colleen Appel “Maybe our most important work is to re-imagine imagination,” writes Scott Tayler about this month’s Soul Matters theme. Colleen Appel asked congregants to submit images and six word descriptions about what they imagine for 2021 and pulled them together in this Sunday’s message. View the special slideshow Read more…

Hope in Human Form

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman A fresh look at the Christmas story in conversation with the traditions that surrounded Jesus of Nazareth at his birth. Our Opening words today are Winter Solstice, by Rebecca Parker Perhapsfor a momentthe typewriters will stop clicking,the wheels stop rollingthe computers desist from computing,and a hush Read more…

Music in the Stillness

In December we usually host a service that is rich with the music of the season. This Sunday we are bringing you holiday favorites to your home. We look forward to years where we can join together in body, yet also are so grateful for this chance to join together Read more…

Giving Thanks and Going Deeper

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman In the coming week, many Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving, albeit much differently than in “normal” years. This holiday provides an opportunity for us to practice gratitude. It also offers opportunity for reflection on our history, our commitment to healing for everyone, and the actions that lead Read more…

Holding Space for Healing

by Rev Michelle Scott-Huffman A pastoral message responding to the election and moving forward. Our opening words this morning are “This Place is Sanctuary,” by Kathleen McTigue You who are broken-hearted,who woke today with the winds of despairwhistling through your mind,come in. You who are brave but wounded,limping through life Read more…