“Enter There: Discovering Your Doorways to the Divine in the Natural World,” Philip Chard

Long before the dawn of the faith traditions we know today, humans sought their spiritual sustenance in the natural world. In this presentation, Philip Chard, a thought leader in the field of eco-psychology, draws on both ancient wisdom and contemporary psychological research to illustrate how nature interaction overcomes emotional distress, heals traumatic wounds, promotes self-understanding, … Continued

“Building Our Altar,” Intergenerational Day of the Dead Celebration, George Barton

Come build a Day of the Dead Altar for our congregation. Bring a photo, a keepsake or other remembrance of someone you wish to honor.

“Holy Rage,” Rev. Sarah Oelberg

Anger happens to us all. How can we make it useful, rather than harmful?

“The Cost and Consequences of War,” Rodger Quindell

I will be using my personal experience in the military, and in Vietnam, which I am so grateful for because it made me truly appreciate life and made me commit my life to peace and social justice.