Sunday, May 16th, 2021 at 10:00AM

Rev. Carole Yorke and Rev. Scott W. Alexander

“Meditations of Love”

The Buddha, theologian Karen Armstrong, Hebrew Bible stories, Jesus, and Martin Luther King Jr all teach about love and what it means to love your enemies. “This mind of love,” says Buddha,” is very wide. It grows immeasurably and eventually is able to embrace the whole world.” What can we learn from this? 

SUNDAY, MAY 23RD, 2021 at 10:00AM

Rev. Scott W. Alexander

“Alligators, Artichokes and Us”

As we more into the more relaxed months of summer, I wanted to pause and take a Sunday to reflect on our human relationship with the curious creation in which we find ourselves. Perhaps one of the greatest spiritual threats to our happiness and well-being is to imagine ourselves at the center of creation, ana to take everything “personally.” Do be with us as I reflect on the meaning of alligators, artichokes and us!

SUNDAY, MAY 30TH, 2021 at 10:00AM

Rev. Scott W. Alexander

“Advocacy: Why Do We Do It? ”

What are the prime motivating factors in your life…why do those things hold such significance for you, what makes them so important that you actively advocate on behalf of certain causes? And do our seven principles come into play?

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