St. Francis of Assisi (c. 1181– Oct. 3, 1226) is the Roman Catholic Church’s patron saint of animals, merchants, and nature and ecology. He abandoned a life of luxury after reportedly hearing the voice of God, who commanded him to rebuild the church and to … read more.
Speaker: Maureen Lawlor
Meister Eckhart once said, “if the only prayer you say in your entire lifetime is thank you, it will be enough.” What do you have to say about prayer? Please join us for this interactive service. Feel free to bring and share your favorite prayer, … read more.
It’s been seven decades since these two events rocked the world. In all that time, and with all that reflection, what have we learned, if anything? Are we human beings somehow different with how we deal with each other? What, if anything, do we hope … read more.
Homelessness in the richest county in the history of the world is just one example of the ways in which our economic system does great injury to human beings and to the planet. Clearly this system needs to be adjusted to support people and to … read more.
When we bear witness to someone else’s story, we have the privilege and opportunity to take a little piece of the burden that person carries and hold it for them. Sometimes what is being shared is a boulder that the teller is struggling to carry. … read more.
We invite you to participate in our annual Gathering of the Waters service where individuals and families fill our community well with their personal offerings – and this year especially with drops of gratitude and hope. Feel free to bring water that is personally significant … read more.