Rev. Gary Kowalski This morning Gary explores walking as a spiritual discipline. “Whoever walks a furlong without sympathy walks to his own funeral,” said Whitman, “drest in his own shroud. But whoever walks with mind and feelings outstretched walks in … Continue reading

Sunday, February 21—Service: Bend Not Break, 11 a.m. – 12 noon Rev. Jeanne Montclair To bend a knee is a form of respect, of honor, of humility, as well as an act acknowledging a surrender to something larger than ourselves. Knees are … Continue reading

Rev. Munro Sickafoose How do we navigate our values in a time of xenophobia and extreme tribalism? What does our hospitality look like? How deep does our generosity extend to those not of our tribe? There are no easy answers. … Continue reading

Rev. Gary Kowalski Greta Gerwig’s film adaption of Little Women grossed over $200 million after its release a year ago last Christmas, demon­strating the enduring popularity of its plucky heroine. The author whose own coming-of-age inspired the character of Jo … Continue reading

Rev. Gary Kowalski Parting utterances and deathbed goodbyes reveal character. They express a lifetime’s worth of gratitude or regret. What final words of blessing or admonition would you wish to leave behind? Try to distill your decades of living into … Continue reading

Rev. Munro Sickafoose Fifty-one years after the first Earth Day, another Earth Day is upon us. What have we learned, or failed to learn, in those years? What needs rethinking? Some thoughts on a movement after two generations.   See … Continue reading