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As we explore Peter’s calling we’ll also reflect on the beginning of our faith stories. When and how did Jesus seek us? How are we responding to God’s call?
How did that mountaintop moment change or equip Jesus and the disciples for what was ahead as Jesus’ path takes a decisive turn toward Jerusalem and the cross? How do moments of light, awe, wonder and glory change and equip us for the ups and downs of life’s journey?
Our scripture reading from Mark invites us to reflect on the notion of “seeking.” When and how does “seeking” impede the movement of the Spirit and when and how does it lead us deeper into relationship, light and life?
Our text for this week reveals Jesus as a teacher and an exorcist. A demon asks Jesus this crucial question: “What have you do with us?” Join us as we explore the ways this ancient question has relevance for our lives today.
Certified Lay Minister Dakota Koenig invites us to consider the “dash” between the beginning and end of our lives, and how God is with us as the ups and downs strengthen us for the journey.
Rev. Lesley Brogan helps us explore what it means to “come and see” in our path of discipleship.
Today we celebrate Baptism of the Lord Sunday, reflecting on our belovedness, and baptizing several children of the church.
Today we explore the relationship between rooting ourselves in holy ritual and the ways we bloom and blossom in and for the world..
On this fourth Sunday in Advent, we explore how music and singing supported “robust hope” for those who came before us, what it does for us today and how those tunes and melodies will support and transform generations still to come.
Can we grow in our capacity to be amazed and to experience awe? How are awe and amazement related to joy?