Speaker: Rev. Dr. Matthew Johnson
What does it mean to offer care, do justice, and live in a relationship with others in a way that cares for their soul? When we recognize the humanity and divinity of other people, how should we respond?
MASKS REQUIRED IN-PERSON.
We will gather both in-person and online for the first time since last March. What does it mean to “gather in spirit and power?” Why is a gathering of spirit so important? We’ll rededicate our space and our community in a briefer-than-normal service, then there … read more.
Since March of last year, in this extraordinary and extraordinarily difficult year, things have been revealed. Some were already known to some, while some of us learned things for the first. What did we learn the hard way? What must we not forget? What does … read more.
Some of us are taught that we are masters of our universe. But there are so many things that happen that we cannot change. Over the last year, in particular, we have often felt so powerless. Some of us are used to this feeling, while … read more.
Mindfulness is a central practice in Buddhism. Becoming mindful is a path to spiritual peace, enlightenment, and justice. But mindfulness isn’t just about deep breathes and mantras. It is becoming mindful of the true nature of the self and the universe, and the path to … read more.
During April, we will explore the mindfulness practices of three major world religious traditions, beginning on Easter with Christian practices. The great Christian mystics and prophets give us a way to be more mindful, centered, and at peace. As we remember the life and teachings … read more.