Various generations representing different decades in age (20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s) reflect on a work of art (poem, novel, short story, movie, piece of music, song, painting, or sculpture) that moves or influences them, provides them with insight and/or comfort, or brings … read more.
Speaker: Scott Cullen
Annual Generations Service
In this all virtual Zoom service, members of the congregation, representing different generations from teens to 90s, reflect on the question, “What change did you experience or what mattered because you were somewhere at some point in time?” This special service is organized and … read more.
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10 members of the congregation, representing different generations from teens to 90s, reflect on the question, “What would you do with the rest of your life if you were to discover that time was on your side and you had all … read more.
Members from the congregation representing different decades share a memory from their favorite year, focusing on an event or events that have been influential to their personal or spiritual journey. One service at 10am.
December Theme: Awe
Awe reduces our size in order to make … read more.
We spend nearly a third of our lives working. For some of us that time is spent at jobs we didn’t necessarily love, maybe even loathed, but over time have come to appreciate those experiences for the doors they opened, the self-awareness they brought, and … read more.
As we prepare to begin a new year, eight members of the congregation, representing eight different generations (teens through eighties), share their stories of a moment of time in their lives that inspired them with a sense of optimism about their place in the world, … read more.
A meditation on the influences, people, and events that shape and change our lives and what we’ve learned from those changes. Maria Baratta, Scott Cullen, and Bay Waltman each share personal reflections of life events that changed them along with poems, readings, and songs of … read more.
Nine members of the congregation, representing nine different decades of life, offer their reflections on Mary Oliver’s poem, The Summer Day, sharing what they plan to do with their one wild and precious life. As it was last year, the first year we presented a … read more.