Regathering MattersAir purifiers with HEPA filters acquired and in operation in sanctuary and other areas that may contain larger numbers of people to optimize indoor safetyAdditional units being orderedRefinements being made to indoor worship service operations routinely as issues are being identifiedExample: Blue “x” denoting … read more.
I’m shocked at how much junk mail I still get. How are we this far into the digital age, and I’m still getting booklets and packets and circulars that are FULL of advertising and coupons and desperate attempts to make me aware of local and … read more.
Through October, we explored “cultivating relationship” from a few different perspectives. In the weeks ahead, we’ll be “Holding History” in services about justice, tradition, and carrying light forward in our lives and community.
History has become a tricky topic. Especially for people who affirm and promote … read more.
Fall is in full swing and we’re getting in the swing of services back in the Sanctuary. It’s a good feeling. I’m pretty impressed by our ability to adapt to this changed environment. If you haven’t yet attended an In-Sanctuary service, we have extra board … read more.
We spent a little time in September “embracing possibility” as we envisioned our roles in co-creating meaningful, authentic community. In October, we’re going to delve a little more into Cultivating Relationship.
It’s an interesting word—cultivate. It makes me think of intentionally tending a … read more.
Fall has arrived. That beautiful time filled with apples, pumpkins, colorful trees and crisp air. Unfortunately, this year it’s also filled with tiny, sometimes deadly, virus particles. Many of us thought the pandemic would be behind us by now (seriously, how is it not … read more.
We’ve arrived on the doorstep of autumn, a season which holds some of our most spectacularly beautiful days, but also one that is tinged with sadness as the daylight retreats and winter’s cold begins to encroach upon us. One of my … read more.