Category: News

Here, Together: October 2020

It was a moment for remembering how very much has changed.


Our September fellowship retreat had wrapped up in the usual way: departing thoughts, the blowing out of our flame, the refrain from our closing song still lingering in some corner of my memory.


But it was … read more.

Here, Together: September 2020

There’s been no shortage of things to listen to these last challenging months. Podcasts, news pieces and editorials, Facebook posts, radio updates, independent news broadcasts … Ever since mid-March, that moment when everything changed, you could say that news sources have made up a kind … read more.

Here, Together: June 2020

June. Nearly three months, now, since North America’s first widespread encounters with
the virus that’s turned our world upside down and inside out.

I usually anchor these monthly reflections by returning to the diverse ways in which we —
the circle of folks who are connected … read more.

Here, Together: May 2020

We’ve all gotten the question.


“So how are you?”


For me, at least, ever since mid-March that question’s had me stumped. The best I’ve come up with requires air quotes — not easy to do over the phone.


“Ummm, ‘fine’ but …”


Because, of course, nothing is “fine” anymore, … read more.

New Sign-on Information for Our Services

As the situation with Zoom changes, we want to keep you informed.

As you may have heard, Zoom sessions have come under attack by individuals wanting to wreak havoc.

As a result, the company has made some changes that will impact our members.We have discovered that we … read more.

Here, Together: April 2020

Here, Together.


Not the most expected title for a newsletter column, I know. It’s more common to see, “Musings from the Minister” or “From the Minister’s Study.” But I’d wanted a title that would convey immediacy and excitement.


A while back, as many of you know, we … read more.

Faith Examined Resumes Online, Reading ‘A House for Hope’

Faith Examined has resumed its regular meetings, moving them online.

The group is reading “A House for Hope: The Promise of Progressive Religion for the Twenty-first Century” by John A. Buehrens and Rebecca Ann Parker.

Meetings will be every other Monday at 10:30 a.m. starting Monday, March … read more.