Speaker: Rev. Sue Redfern-Campbell

The Politics of the Brokenhearted

Service at 9 AM and 10:30 AM. Our American body politic has long been fractured. As African American poet Langston Hughes wrote long ago, “America never was America to me.” But this turbulent summer, with its even more turbulent presidential campaign, has exposed those fault lines in … read more.

A Service for Memorial Day

Haney Pearson is Service Associate

On Memorial Day, we remember soldiers and civilians who have died in our nation’s wars. Would you like to contribute to this service, perhaps with a story about an ancestor, family member, or friend affected by war? If so, please be in touch … read more.

The Hero Within: The Magician

Today we explore the Magician archetype, which represents a coming home to innocence, but with a difference. This is not innocence in ignorance of complexity, but innocence beyond complexity. Since it’s Easter, we’ll connect The Magician with other deep archetypes, stories of Death and Resurrection.

We, too, were strangers

Our church community celebrates Passover today at our annual Seder Luncheon. In keeping with this, the Sunday service lifts up another great Passover theme, that of welcoming the stranger. Rev. Sue will be offering her reflections on immigration, hospitality, and border justice, based on her November trip … read more.