Upcoming Services

 

 

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All services are on Sundays at 9:00 and 10:45 am unless otherwise noted. See the Religious Education page for information on our children’s and youth offerings.

January 5 Turning of the Year: Starting Now by Rev. Leah Hart-Landsberg
Let us prepare for 2020 by naming what has been true in 2019. This annual service offers the gathered community the opportunity to name those who were born and died, who has become family to one another, and other important and sacred milestones in the year that has just ended. As we turn our attention toward the newly unfolding year, we do so grounded in the past and ready for the future.

January 12 Addiction and Recovery by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
As we move into our season of “Healing from Shame,” we will explore one area of human experience that touches almost everyone in some way: addiction. People who experience addiction are often shamed, denied support, or blamed. Come find out how to support people in your life and your community who are struggling with, or are recovering from, addiction.

January 19 Martin Luther King Sunday by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
Dr. Cornel West once said, “If your success is defined as being well adjusted to injustice and well adapted to indifference then we don’t want successful leaders. We want great leaders – who love the people enough and respect the people enough to be unsought, unbound, unafraid and unintimidated to tell the truth.” Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” On this all-ages celebration of Martin Luther King Day, we will hear a fable reminding us never to become accustomed to injustice, and consider ways we can make a difference in our own community.

January 26 Imposter Syndrome by Rev. Christina Leone-Tracy
This month as we explore the concept of healing from shame, let’s explore the ways shame embeds itself in our own minds, often through the phenomenon of “imposter syndrome,” worrying that we don’t measure up to the opinions or expectations of others. Come, let’s free ourselves from imposter syndrome and celebrate what we can offer the world.