Opening ourselves to joy may be the most important part of self-care we can give ourselves. Join us as we explore the possibilities of finding joy both alone and with others in a time when too many headlines are joyless.
Speaker: Andrew Davis
In a world that too often feels fragmented, the two most popular ways of navigating it are themselves fragmenting experiences. We can stay true to our beliefs but feel alone, or we can conform to the beliefs of others in exchange for the comfort of … read more.
Andrew considers personal and societal growth and healing from interpersonal and intrapersonal perspectives drawing on several sources from Interpersonal Communication theory and our collective belief that each of us has the right to the “pursuit of happiness.” Andrew suggests that hanging on to grievances from … read more.
Imagination as it is expressed in many of our sources is significant in helping us to embrace healthy, imaginative lives individually and together as a congregation. Andrew explores the proposition that religion dies when the imagination fails.
The church has reopened for vaccinated in-person Sunday Services … read more.
Andrew Davis discusses how our memories can serve as foundations for and barriers to the emergence we need to nurture if we hope to create the lives we want for ourselves. And he will offer suggestions to build the foundations and tear down the barriers. … read more.
Andrew Davis presents “Gathering the Light.” “Light” has carried symbolic significance to us for centuries, usually focusing on something outside of ourselves like the sun, stars, or even our own chalice. It gives us hope even in the darkest of times. But the real source … read more.