As we begin the new year in which vaccines are being made available to many and a new president will be inaugurated, what do we imagine this year will hold for us? How can we use our imagination to envision our dreams for ourselves, our beloveds and our world AND work to make that vision a reality? Join us in Vespers, Sunday Worship, Covenant Groups and religious education to explore in community the importance of imagination in our lives. Below are a few prompts inviting you to make time an reflect on this month’s theme.

Imagination is a danger thus every totalitarian regime is frightened of the artist. It is the vocation of the prophet to keep alive the ministry of imagination to keep on conjuring and proposing alternative futures to the single one the king wants to urge as the only thinkable one. – Walter Brueggemann

What could a “ministry of imagination” look like?

A few videos to enjoy:
Mr. Rogers on imagination and curiosity

The art and imagination of Janet Echelman

The art and imagination of Ruth Asawa

This month one of our Time for All Ages Stories, A Life Made by Hand by Andrea D’Aquino tells her story complemented by D’Aquino’s beautiful collages.