Rev. Dr. Michelle Collins, a roller coaster enthusiast, revisits William Bridges’ phases of change to argue that change is like a roller coaster. In fact, she says it can be much like an entire amusement park! Join us for a serious yet light-hearted discussion of … read more.
Change is a universal and imminent phenomenon. Why, when, and how you change is entirely up to you, but how you respond can completely change your experience. Time and time again, resisting change has demonstrated a decrease in enjoyability or even caused further harm. Whether … read more.
Rev. Gretchen Haley looks at the phases of change as described by William Bridges and suggests ways to create “rituals of transition” to help us process and cope with the anxiety created by change.
The church is open for in-person Sunday Services for those who are … read more.
Change is inevitable but many changes are not predestined. Most changes involve human choices, some beyond our control. How do we prepare for change in the long run, good or bad? Let’s confront and explore that.
The church is open for in-person Sunday Services for those … read more.