Speaker: Rev. Elizabeth Carrier-Ladd

“Uncomfortable Unknown”

Waiting is the worst. It is so uncomfortable. Especially when we do not know what the outcome will be after we have waited for it. As we enter this season that celebrates waiting, Advent, let us explore the most difficult parts of waiting and wondering … read more.


Life is about exchange. We give and we receive. There is a reciprocal relationship between all of us and the earth. Drawing on themes of abundance, gratitude and generosity – and how they interact with one another – we will explore how we might bring … read more.

“Singing for Our Lives”

There is so much power in lifting our voices together. When we sing of liberation together, we feel a glimpse of what we are creating together: the Beloved Community. This Sunday (10/15) is the final day of Hispanic Heritage Month and the middle day of … 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.