Our theme for November is “the path of change.” The metaphor of a path is a good one to express the feeling of change, but with global climate change, we may do better going back to Heraclitus and his river of change.
We know about the party faithful who would vote for a yellow dog before voting for the other party. How about joining the party that takes a good, long look at that yellow dog? And, no, I’m not talking about politics. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden.
Liberalism is a philosophy but also a predisposition that respects the complexities of issues. American philosopher John Dewey once said, “We only think when we are confronted with a problem.” Taking the time to feel our way through a problem is more of a necessity than a luxury. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden.
With the multitude of challenges facing us today, how do we find the courage to be in good relation and kinship with the world around us? A talk from Rev. Kelli Clement.
Playwright August Wilson once wrote, “Your willingness to wrestle with your demons will cause your angels to sing.” Angels. Demons. Perhaps even some trolls. No matter what our age, we’ve always got some growing up to do. A talk from Rev. Dr. David Breeden.
It is a truism that everyone wants to belong. But belong to what? The options for belonging grow daily, yet what do all the choices add up to? And how do we choose?
A celebration of our new program year. Join us as we reflect on surviving difficult times, asking new questions and renewing commitments to our community. Talks from Revs. Kelli Clement and David Breeden.