UPCOMING SERVICE:

Beloved Community: A Space to Hold On To

Lydia Patrick

While we can spend a lifetime with friends and family building and shaping a community of love and commitment to each other –  sometimes holding space for beloved community is what allows peace to enter into the conversation. Lydia Patrick, Service Leader. Ember Webb, Worship Associate.

RSS Daily Reflections

  • March 29–Humility: Personal Work
    True humility is always personal work. As interconnected as I believe that we human and other beings are with one another, when it comes to this thing we call humility, the working of it, the owning it, the practicing of … Continue reading →
  • March 28–Humility: Good Questions
    In the end these things matter most: How well did you love? How fully did you live? How deeply did you let go? Jack Kornfield We might differ on what matters the most in the end, but these three little … Continue reading →
  • March 20–Humility: Rising With Humility
    Another container that holds the meaning of humility for me I call “Rising with Humility” – over the last few weeks Bob and I have been binging the British Baking Show at night after dinner. We usually can stay awake … Continue reading →