Gratitude may well be the solution for most of what ails us. In the midst of “all of it” we always have much to be grateful for. Warmth, food, community, friends, nature, the knowledge of our interconnectedness. When times are challenging and we don’t feel … read more.
We are well past prevention. Some are talking about mitigation. Many talk of adaptation. There are serious whispers about extinction. We’re all hoping for survival. What does it mean to see past possible eco-apocalypse and climate collapse into the possibility of resilience? … read more.
We kick off our Stewardship Campaign this Sunday. All of us have finite resources and full hearts. Today we explore the ways this church is working in the world to bring justice and comfort to others. We will also look inward and consider priority setting. … read more.
Resilience and self-compassion are inextricably connected. When we care for ourselves, we can care more effectively for others and rebound from life’s crises. Faith in something larger than ourselves and a community in which to share that faith, builds up our reservoir of well-being and … read more.