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“God, Ghosts, Aliens, Yourself, Tomorrow”

Join as we reflect on the sometimes unexpected impressions we each leave on one another and the friendly ghosts of our past that make up our identities as part of the interdependent web of all existence. 

Lindsay Donnelly-Bullington (she/her) is in her third year at the … read more.


For our Jewish siblings in the midst of the Days of Awe, this is a time of profound introspection and accounting for all of the ways in which we are human and make mistakes. It is a time when we are called to take responsibility … read more.

“Yet To Be”

Grow old along with me,” Robert Browing wrote. “The best is yet to be.” But we do not have the infrastructure of community care to help our elders to make their older years the best of their lives. In a culture obsessed with youth, how … read more.


Each year our community marks the start of a new church year in a celebration of water. The way water nourishes us to new growth and cleanses us after our labors. And we know that the waters are rising. That living in this world can … read more.

“Bread and Roses”

Labor unions have long fought for not just survival of all of us, but also the conditions to thrive and be joyful. We need beauty, wonder and connection to live full lives. Join us for a song-filled celebration of coming together to fight for each … read more.

“The Great Dechurching”

Who’s Leaving, Why Are They Going, and What Will It Take to Bring Them Back?

A homily in conversation with a new book of that nameForty million Americans who previously were members of a congregation stopped attending in the last 25 years. Why? It isn’t all … read more.

“The Nature We Make”

Courtney shares her recent essay in the Boston Globe about cities as nature; she reflects on the mental divisions we create between people and nature and asks what would happen if we included ourselves in the natural world. She invites us to reflect on the … read more.

“Not Your Mascot”

How many of you remember your school’s or your child’s school mascot?

Mine were Knights, a Husky, Tigers and a Shark.

Some schools and sports teams have mascots that are Native American in nature and are very offensive.

The subject of this homily is racist Indigenous mascots, what … read more.

“What is the Sense of our Small Effort”

Laura has just returned from a fulfilling week in El Salvador, where she dedicated her time to constructing houses. As she reflects on this impactful experience, she invites you to join her in contemplating the profound effects it has had on her perspective and outlook.

Here’s … read more.