Rev. Mark Ward, Lead Minister,
Sunday, March 26, 2019
We live at a time when the sense of common purpose seems shattered. How do we as a faith community contribute to rediscovering a sense of “we”? Click on title to continue.
Rev. Lisa Bovee-Kemper
Do Not Throw Away Your Shot
Sunday, March 19. 2017
The choir and guests will be sharing selections from Hamilton: An American Musical. This piece of musical genius by Lin-Manuel Miranda contains layers of meaning and many relevant messages for today. What is America meant to be? Who is America for? How do we remain engaged in helping to create a powerful and inclusive society when the foundations of our country are at turns hopeful and flawed?Click on title to continue.
Make a bit of room. Leave a little space. That may not sound like anything radical or revolutionary. But it turns out that it is one of Life’s favorite ways to make us into something new.
Be cautious with those cultural messages about aggressively tilling and turning up your whole soil. Watch out for all the heroic talk about striving and perfecting, struggle and control. Much of the time, transformation is a much subtler art. It’s about stillness, listening and waiting to be led, not fighting with yourself and others to make sure you are in the lead. Click on title to continue.
Rev. Mark Ward
When does kindness become a revolutionary act? How do we integrate into a practice of our lives?
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Rev. Mark Ward, Lead Minister
“Alternate Facts,” “Post-Truth.” Reality is sure taking a beating these days. So, how is a faith tradition centered on “the free and responsible search for truth and meaning” to respond?