Once upon a time, the Earth was alive and people had a relationship with her, but Western philosophy slowly and surely reduced her to dirt and resources. How do we build a real and meaningful relationship with Earth?
Rev. Tracy Springberry
Rev. Springberry will reflect on the ways forgiveness gives us peace, why it is so hard and what we can do to make it easier.
Creation stories are stories cultures tell to explain what is important, how things work, and where the power is. What does the Big Bang/Evolution creation story tell us about what is important, how things work, and where the power is?
We strive to create beloved community inside and outside our walls. What can we do to make this happen?
Giving our life energy is how we stay connected to the great web of life. Today our minister asks us to consider generosity of time and money as a tangible expression of Love.
Often it is not lack of vision or skill, but our fear, that holds us back from being the people we most want to be. This morning Reverend Springberry will help us explore the question “Where do we find courage?”
Today we will celebrate Fire Communion. We will let go of that which no longer serves us and set intentions for the New Year.
In this sermon, Rev. Springberry, will take us on a trip through the Phantom Tollbooth and sharing some Buddhist wisdom, will discuss ways to minimize Holiday stress and suffering.
A change of sermon this Sunday, by Reverend Tracy Springberry.
“In a very real sense we have two minds, one that thinks and one that feels” (Daniel Goleman) This morning Rev Tracy will offer some suggestions and guidance about some of the ways we can use spiritual and emotional intelligence to help save ourselves and communities.