I want to begin by sharing some stories. About six years ago, two young adults, Alie and Emma, traveled from our home congregation in upstate New York to Central America on a mission trip to a poor community in San Salvador. They were excited to get their hands dirty, doing some serious work in the … Continued
Let us pray. Now… some of you instantly bowed your head a bit, maybe you closed your eyes. Perhaps you took in a deep breath as you waited to hear how I started the prayer and to whom I addressed it. Others of you did that, but you also groaned a little inside, because you … Continued
Linda Anderson returns to offer some wise words and loving insight on simplicity.
Reading: Matthew 21:1-11 When they had come near Jerusalem and had reached Bethphage, at the Mount of Olives, Jesus sent two disciples, saying to them, ‘Go into the village ahead of you, and immediately you will find a donkey tied, and a colt with her; untie them and bring them to me. If anyone says … Continued
Time for All Ages “Seven Spools of Thread” by Angela Shelf Medearis Sermon The brothers in our story made some big assumptions. They each assumed they would inherit, and that there was no way to work together. And until they let go of their assumptions, they were willing to commit what we might call the … Continued
Rev. Linda Anderson returns to share some thoughts on fear.
What do you hope for? What is hope? Is there a way to have hope grounded in the realities of life? Or is it all just empty illusions?
At times we all find ourselves in the role of “father.” What is it we must rely on for strength in performing that role?
How do the Buddhists deal with trials and tribulations? What can we learn from this perspective?