This on-going group meets every week on Tuesday evenings for one hour of meditation including a reading. Come, sit, listen, and meditate with us.
Our monthly volunteer morning at OutFITters is on the third Monday. We work from 10am to noon helping with the clothing donations - sizing, hanging, barbing or stocking the store. We never know what we’ll be doing until we get there, but besides helping the wonderful organization, Families in Transition, it’s a great way to socialize with other members of our church. No sign-up is necessary, just come as you are.
The Healing Circle is a symbol of oneness and wholeness. We express love, kindness, and compassion through listening and speaking. It teaches us the sacredness of life through Ceremony. We open by smudging with sage, and herb sacred to Native Americans, to remove negativity, preparing us for healing. The Circles are wonderful to enhance our Spirit connections, open our hearts for healing, and facilitate the changes we are making in our lives. All people are welcome!
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All high school youth welcome! Open to 9th-12th graders (or 8th graders who have completed OWL.)
The choir warms up before each service during which it is scheduled to sing. The choir on/off schedule published on the web calendar is accurate through February 2017.
8 week class
All are welcome to this group which will gather on the first and third Sundays in the Sanctuary. A facilitator will hold the space and ring bells for self-led, silent sitting.
We will explore the gentle movement of breath, body and self in the practice of yoga. While intentionally keeping the style gentle, participants are free to modify their own practice. Please bring a yoga mat and your inner smile. Guided by Judith Abbe.
During our worship service, children 12 and under are welcome to join their parents in worship, or to go to our Activity Room or Nursery Care depending on age.
Plan to meet some friends for a friendly walk, or spend time in quiet self-reflection in our woods.
The chapel will be open at 9:30 am for self-led meditation.
For those who have signed up to participate only
"In the Face of Loss," Rev. Lyn Marshall. Our February worship theme is aging, and from very early in life we experience loss and grief as part of the price of human living and loving. What helps us stay resilient as we confront this painful truth? Where does death fit in our theology? What is the role of community and ritual in helping us through grief and loss?