Rev. Beth Banks, Rev. Morgan McLean, Alex Haider-Winnett, Aimee Crawford, Matt Seelke. We search for the answers to riddles. The clues are found in these questions: What moves in a circle and changes form as it travels? What must be consumed to continue to exist? … read more.
Rev. Morgan McLean
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Steve Burns, Worship Associate.
As we prepare for The New Year we ask, What do we want to leave behind? What do we want to carry forward?
Rev. Morgan McLean, Worship Leader; Anne Hillman, Worship Associate.
Scientists can now prove that “laughter is the best medicine.” Together we’ll find possibility in smiles, belly laughs, and blood vessels.
December 24, Christmas Eve Candlelight Services
4pm; Multigenerational; Rev. Morgan McLean; Celebrate the season through story and song! All ages are welcome to participate in our “no rehearsal” pageant.
7 & 9pm; Traditional; Rev. Beth Banks, Rev. Morgan McLean, Alex Haider-Winnett, Intern & Campus Minister. A night … read more.
Grainne Grant & Rev. Morgan McLean. Join us to celebrate the turning of the earth and the return of the light at this year’s solstice service. Sing, share, and have a ritual candle-lighting as we look toward a new year to be reborn with the … read more.
Rev. Beth Banks; Rev. Morgan McLean; Alex Haider-Winnett; Alison Skinner, Music Director. Celebrate the season with multigenerational participation: a joyful 30 minutes of music and story, followed by beautifying our social hall and sanctuary for the holidays. Our festivities include making decorations and trimming the … read more.
How might we weave celebration into our daily lives?
[Cancelled due to unsafe air quality.] Bring a fresh fruit or vegetable to create a community cornucopia.
We honor those who have passed away this year: John Bower, Corinne Cooke, Jay Davison, Lois Grau, Mary Major, Sue Saum, Marion Small, and Kathy Tucker.
Sermon given September 23, 2018 by Rev. Morgan McLean
We look at the wisdom and spirituality found during the Jewish holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot.