Rev. Michelle Lattanzio In my work of performing pastoral care as a hospital and hospice chaplain, I have found that it is not only the patients whose lives change during times of sickness and health, but mine as well. In this sermon, I will share some some of my experiences as a hospital chaplain and … Continued
Rev. David In an era when we are lied to daily by our leaders, when voices call for us to avoid, deny, and minimize reality, when we are exhausted with personal and collective burdens, we turn to poets who cut through to truth.
Worker’s rights are human rights. While the need for worker’s rights is timeless, the shape and form of the labor movement changes over time. How does current labor organizing work toward a vision of a fair and just society? How do contemporary labor issues relate to the life of faith? We will welcome a guest … Continued
Rev. David and Rev. Teri At this beloved annual intergenerational service, you are invited to bring a small vial of water from your home or travels to kick off our church year with clear vision and ready hearts. We’ll join them all together, uniting as one to begin this new, shared church year. We will … Continued
Rev. Teri Every driver has a blind spot. And every human eye has a blind spot: It is the location of the optic nerve on the retina of the eye. Yet, we go through our days never seeing it Our brains and habits knit together a cohesive image of our world – and our worldviews. … Continued