Liminality is a transitional time between the past (and what must be left behind), and the future (with its promise of transformation). It is a time of letting go and moving forward … but of what and towards what, we are not certain. So we stand at a threshold, uncertain but hopeful.
In today’s Memorial Day observance, we look at the prevailing, permanent presence of war, remember lives lost, and hold a COVID-19 Grief and Gratitude Ritual. Please have a candle available nearby, and some small stones or rocks to commemorate those who have died.
What could a post-COVID world look like? How might we create a more just future aligned with our values? Neela Patel delivers a homily.
This celebration of Mother’s Day will include special music from our choir.
“Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy” is not simply a lifestyle suggestion; it is a spiritual precept in most of the world’s religions. Let’s re-member together! We will also welcome new members and friends into our religious community.