Rev. Shana Lynngood with Worship Associate Dan Klimke
It is seldom a direct path between one way of being and another. How can we honour that process that change sometimes takes and notice and appreciate the shifts we have made over time?Read more ›
Rev. Melora Lynngood and Friends — with Worship Associate Anna Isaacs —
Our 7th Unitarian Universalist Principle calls us to care for “the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.”
In this service we consider the challenges in answering this call, and we will hear stories about how our members are caring for the earth, despite the challenges.
We will consider ways in which we can all be a part of this transformation – how we can all care for the earth in ways large and small. Consider, for example, whether you could give up using plastic straws! Every little bit helps.Read more ›
Rev. Shana Lynngood — with Worship Associate Dan Klimke —
We will have special music from our Chalice Choir this morning under the guest conductor, DeReau Farrar, Music Director of the First Unitarian Church of Portland.
In the service we’ll explore the ways in which we have to make room (in our lives and our very beings) in order for transformation to take place.
Change that is this deep won’t just fit in around the edges —we will have to clear the way and open a path for the changes we seek.Read more ›
Oliver Belisle with Coming of Age Group with Worship Associate Samantha Magnus —
Throughout history, people from all walks of life have been mesmerized by tales of heroic deeds and adventure.
From the first epic Gilgamesh, to modern-day classics like Star Wars and Frozen, we find a familiar pattern of story-telling: what Joseph Campbell called the Monomyth or Hero’s Journey.
What is about this pattern that resonates so deeply and transcends era and culture? More importantly, what can we learn from these stories and how can we apply it to our lives? Join us for this Sunday as we embark on the hero’s journey together.Read more ›
Rev. Shana Lynngood with Worship Associate Doug McGinnis — Special music by Erika Richards, trumpet —
We begin a month of exploring transformation with the Christian holiday which uplifts new life and change in a profound way.
How can we hear the story of Jesus’s resurrection with special attention to the change at its core? What transformations are you considering?Read more ›