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Blessings on the Journey

31 May, 2022

This is the first in a five-part series on Celebrating Blessings. It seemed appropriate to begin the journey of summer remembering to watch for the blessings that are found on every journey. This poem/blessing by Jan Richard, Beloved is Where...

Feet Firmly Planted

24 May, 2022

May we have faith in the unfolding of our lives, and radical trust in the universe! Awaken us to the Oneness of all things, to the beauty and truth of Unity. May we become aware of the interdependence of all living things, and come to know You...


16 May, 2022

We live in a market economy. We buy whatever we want or need. If we give gifts, most of the time they are bought in the store, not made with our hands. For a large portion of human history, resources belonged to the community. But then someone...

The Way of the Mother

09 May, 2022

Mother is an archetype, an energy, a pattern or model, found within each of us. Whenever we exhibit the loving, nurturing, caring, teaching, tender, giving, self-less, generous, patient characteristics, we’re channeling the mother within us...

All Creation is Family

02 May, 2022

The creation story in the first chapter of Genesis was written during the time of the Babylonian exile when the Israelites were far from home, feeling lost and grieving, wondering where God was in the midst of the despair, hopelessness, and...

The Paradox of Doubt

25 Apr, 2022

It’s been a few years since I’ve talked about Thomas – Doubting Thomas as he’s come to be known. As I’m sure you know, the title of Doubting Thomas was not meant to be flattering. In fact, the opposite was the case. As far as the church was...

Living Wide Open

18 Apr, 2022

I’d like us to consider two ways to view the Easter story – as history or as parable. To view the story as history means that the events actually happened as the story reports, that if we’d been there with our cell phones, we could’ve taken...

Kingdom vs. Kin-dom

11 Apr, 2022

The staging of Jesus’ parade into Jerusalem on this day we celebrate as Palm Sunday, was deliberate. The day was chosen because Jerusalem was filled with around 200,000 Jewish folks coming on pilgrimage to the Temple for the Passover. Even...

The Way of Love

04 Apr, 2022

Throughout Lent, we’ve talked about the ways of Jesus: the way of integrity, perseverance, second chances, and inclusion. If we consider him to be our mentor, teacher, guide and example, then the way he lived, and the way he taught are so very...

The Way of Inclusion

28 Mar, 2022

Tax collectors and sinners! He ate with tax collectors and sinners (Luke 15:1-3)! The Pharisees were definitely not pleased. More was expected from a so-called rabbi. Like knowing who was ok to associate with and who wasn’t, who was “clean” and...