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Father’s Day

We take time each year to honor and appreciate the fathers in our lives. ¬†Just as we have expanded our metaphors for God beyond the traditional “God the Father” so we have broadened our understanding of who …

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Silence

“In the attitude of silence the soul finds the path in a clearer light and what is elusive and deceptive resolves itself into crystal clearness.” Gandhi

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Life-long Learning

In this season of graduations, we celebrate the learning that continues on past school…

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Pentecost

Pentecost commemorates the descent of the Spirit on the followers of Jesus, seven weeks after Easter.

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Pluralism Sunday

Celebrating the diversity of religious traditions.

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Heaven or Hell

heaven or hell

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Sacred Living

“Every religion gives its prescription for bringing sacred into daily life. The Native Americans have as one of their most noble ideals that we learn to walk on the Earth in a sacred manner. Yet vast stretches …

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Lent Liturgy

May this time of Lent be a time for introspective meditation,¬†letting go, acceptance, and rebirth The word Lent comes from the Anglo-Saxon word for Spring, which is derived from a verb meaning: to lengthen. Lent comes in …

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Life, Death, Rebirth

As we move into the Season of Spring, we are reminded of the cycle of life. This week we will focus on the life transformations that occur in life, death and rebirth- both in nature and in …

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Earth Day Liturgy

Earth Day is intended to inspire awareness and appreciation of Earth’s natural environment. It is hoped that it will inspire people to connect more deeply to Earth and all that it provides for us as well as …

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