The wise men whose arrival is celebrated on this Sunday took risks to follow a possible dream or two. So have most people who have worked for a better world they dreamed.
Rev. Paul Sprecher
A ritual for letting go in the New Year.
All are welcome to join us for our traditional services of stories, carols, and candlelight.
Despite the fact that we all eventually lose faith in Santa Claus (for kids) and (sometimes) end up with “Bah, humbug” (as adults), Christmas magic happens. Let’s agree to let the mystery be.
It happens that Hanukkah this year starts on the first Sunday of Advent. Besides lighting candles, what else do these days share?
While acknowledging that I have enough is an important spiritual insight, the reality is that in our country and in our world far too many people don’t have enough. Avoiding excessive inequality has been a religious commitment since the dawn of civilization. So why is … read more.
When violence rooted in hatred occurs around us, we must once again pledge to never forget, as we have pledged of the Holocaust and other acts of genocide and racist violence.
We all need “safe places” where we can rest secure and come to know who we really are.
Throughout history, people in danger have needed to seek sanctuary. Sometimes great courage is needed to