This Sunday, we consider how our lives are shaped, supported, and made joyous through an “amazing grace” that we may seldom even notice. Together, we’ll discover new strength in the spirit that moves through our lives, that calls us to work for social justice, and … read more.
While the Emancipation Proclamation freed enslaved people in the southern states on January 1, 1863, the news didn’t reach Galveston, Texas until June 19, 1865. This Sunday – on the anniversary of that remarkable day – we’ll explore this complicated moment in the history of … read more.
We launch Pride Month with a joyous worship service that honors the panoply of LGBTQ+ people who have shaped human growth and development across the years. We’ll celebrate the loving partnership of Eleanor Roosevelt and Lorena Hickok, the transgender heroism of Joan of Arc and … read more.
In the wake of tragic events in Buffalo and Uvalde, we gather this Sunday to grieve for those whose lives are lost, to rise in solidarity with those under threat in our broken nation, and to take action that will create lasting change in the … read more.
In 1856, Henry David Thoreau recorded some exciting news about his love life. “There was a match found for me at last,” he wrote in his journal. “I fell in love with a shrub oak.” As the trees around us wake from their winter sleep … read more.