From Our Minister

To the Glory of Life: Wholeness

In our anxiety to fill the spaces between us, we are quicker to invite fear than curiosity and wonder into the parlor of our imagination. And when the music stops and everyone rushes to occupy the limited number of chairs at the table where decisions get made, fear winds up with the most seats and the loudest voices in the room. […]

From Our DRE

Becoming Whole

Our understanding of “whole” comes through the old Germanic and Norse languages: hal, haila, which give the sense of entire, unhurt, uninjured, safe; healthy, sound; genuine, straightforward, undamaged, complete.  […]