During normal times, we gather for services in person like people have done for millennia. Today, during the coronavirus pandemic, we have moved online.
Our online services blend music, community sharing, reflections from our ministers, prayer and meditation, storytelling, and more. We gather live on zoom and take comfort and joy in seeing one another, seeing old friends and welcoming new ones. Being online has helped us stay connected in this time of isolation and even grow our community, attracting members from across the country and world.
Our services are grounded in the idea that our lives are more rich and meaningful when we focus together on what matters most. In a world of heartbreak and dehumanization, our services remind us that there is always hope, that each of us is worthy of love, that there is beauty to be found even when things are difficult. We learn to live with more wisdom, more connection, and more compassion, blending together insight from across religious tradition and human experiences. Together, we explore the sacred, wrestle with life’s big questions and the pressing issues of our time. In worship, we grow and deepen. We are also activists and organizers. Through our services, we seek to confront and disrupt the oppressions of racism, colonialism, patriarchy, trans and homophobia, ableism, xenophobia, and all oppressive systems. We seek collective liberation for ourselves and our world and through our services, commit ourselves to that aim.
To join us for Sunday services, join us at 11am at this zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/8972538131
To join us for Family Religious Education, join us at 10:30am at this Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/2900073260