We live in a time of deep political polarization that also affects our most intimate relationships and requires us to come to terms with our national and personal histories. How do we reckon with our history and our own particular places in the world … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Paul Sprecher
Out of our brokenness, we cry out for wholeness. Out of our injury, we cry out for healing. Leonard Cohen’s song of this title captures the depth of despair and of hope — too little acknowledged in our optimistic faith tradition.
All too often, our relationships falter because we’re not really “hearing” one another (in some deep sense). Deep listening is a technique or, better, a way of life that helps us hear by learning to listen fully with our hearts, listen without judging or … read more.
We share our stories that water has touched our lives at this virtual service. Water symbolizes the renewal of life in the middle of drought – but it also packs an elemental punch in floods and storms.
Money is more often associated with folly than with wisdom, and we are told that loving it is the root of all evil. Or is there more to the story?