Speaker: Rev. Jan Taddeo

The Listening Companion

Companioning is a way of being with one another that allows for one’s own wisdom to emerge. In this service we’ll explore more deeply the power of listening and companioning one another in a radically welcoming community.
Pet Blessing: Bring your animal companions to worship!  We’ll … read more.

Renewing Our Commitments

We make many commitments in our lives. It can be useful to reflect on these commitments and intentionally renew them, be they wedding vows, careers, ways of being, or commitments to causes and concerns. What in your life is calling for a renewal of commitments? … read more.

Renewing Our Practices

Has the pandemic interrupted or inspired healthy practices for mind, body and spirit? What are the possibilities for virtual communal practices to increase connection and spiritual growth? 

Join us via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/565460176

Rev. Jan Taddeo, Service Leader

Renewing Our Community

We kick off our pledge drive this year with our annual Water Ceremony. We turn to water to refresh us, cleanse us, and inspire us. We’ll come together virtually to combine the sacred waters of life and celebrate the warmth of community and the fire … read more.

Gather the Spirit of Renewal

The first source of wisdom we draw from is the direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to the forces which create and uphold life.

What are the experiences of … read more.

Spiritual Assets for Perseverance

What practices do you employ to persevere through life’s challenges, especially during this unique pandemic time? Our Pastoral Care Associates will share some of their practices. We will also offer a “Back to School Blessing” for all returning to school this week. 

Join us via Zoom: … read more.

Perspectives on Perseverance

In Margaret Wheatley’s book Perseverance, she invites readers to “think of all the people you know … who have just kept going, who didn’t yield, who were tenacious, steadfast, patient.” In this service I’ll invite us to reflect on these people in our lives … read more.