Today is our Annual Meeting, an exercise in church democracy. It's a time you can verbalize your thoughts about our direction and our practices. We all have hopes for our congregation. What are yours? How are you willing to help?
April 28, 2019 Coming Soon "Honesty And The Infuriating Quest For Our Authentic Self" Rev. Charlie Tyler
I can never be more honest than being my authentic self. But it's taken a long time to get here...how do I get back? How do I go forward?
Join us for a celebration of Easter as George Kanuck examined the meaning of hope and why action is needed to fulfill its promise.
Join Rev. Pat Jobe for a look at alternative ways of looking at reality. What is real? How do we honestly know how to see what is real? Is everything real also measurable? That is certainly the materialist view. When Rev. Jobe was last with us, a number of you commented that his was a "very spiritual" sermon. Ready for another walk down that path? Maybe not. We'll see.
George Washington's story about the cherry tree has stood as a model of honesty for over 200 years. But today there appears to be an expanded view. Honesty is not just refusing to lie, but an entire lifestyle. Thoughts from Australia will help enlighten us.
March 31, 2019: Service “Tears We Cannot Stop: Being Black in America Today” The Conversation Continues. Betsy Morehouse and Friends *Audio File*
The March 31st service will be based on Dr. Michael Eric Dyson’s book, Tears We Cannot Stop. Join Betsy Morehouse and her African American friends, Calvin and Julie Lamar, Clarence Majors and Marcella Palmer as they get up close and personal in an attempt to help us understand what it's like to be black in America today. There will be a very important discussion after the service on what white folks can do to help.
March 24, 2019 "The Center of the Center of the Center of the Target" Rev. Charlie Tyler *Audio File*
Equity, Equality, these are markers that make a person, a family, a community, a nation truly great. But it's a hard target to hit. It's easy to give up. Most in the sound of my voice won't. But, I believe, with our voice we must hold the center of the center of the center as one of life's most precious targets. And keep that message loud.
Are we really responsible for our neighbors? And just who are our neighbors, anyway? We'll examine the concept of "equity" as we acknowledge the earth we share together.