Our theologies and our spiritual practices may vary, but at the heart of our religious life is a call to serve others, a call that transcends all our differences and brings us together in a shared expresssion of faith.
Speaker: Rev. Libby Smith
On this Memorial Day weekend, we consider the power of remembering, and the hope and strength we continue to draw from those who have gone before us.
Music: Pat Jordan, soprano
We usually praise people with a “clear vision,” and assume that we should work from an accurate analysis of ourselves and the world around us. But there may be a greater role for illusion than we generally acknowledge.
Music: Bayou Porch Rockers: Nancy Weston, accordion and … read more.
It takes courage to get back up after we fall down, to recover from our mistakes, to admit our failures and to try again. But we’re human – which means we have to do it all the time! So we might as well learn … read more.
So often, even when we see the beauty in another person, we are shy about speaking up. The radical act of expressing love and affirmation could transform our world, and ourselves.
Music: Keith Herron, trumpet