Monthly Archives: December 2016

Weekly Word for December 30, 2016

Diversity A Reflection from the Rev. Todd Foster Dear Epiphany, The problem with excluding others based on some achievement or characteristic is that in doing so, I am judging myself. When I deem another unworthy (unqualified, inadequate, not up-to-snuff, a … Read more

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The Feast of Nativity: Jesus Comes

Preacher: The Rev. Todd Foster Christmas Day – December 25, 2016 I. Winter Solstice This past Thursday was the winter solstice. The day of the solstice is the shortest day of the year, and brings with it the longest night. … Read more

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Weekday Minyans

Christian Worldview Minyan with Steve Clemons Tuesday evenings 7 – 8.30 pm January 10th – February 28th, 2017 Christie House Library THE CROSS IS BIGGER THAN YOU THINK The Day the Revolution Began, Reconsidering the Meaning of Jesus’ Crucifixion By … Read more

Faith in the Shadow of Grief

April 9 10 am – Christie House Library Carmen Hoffman and Meridith Nelson Loss. Big, life altering, heart aching, faith challenging loss. Whether it is the death of a loved one, a natural disaster, the loss of a dream, our … Read more

The Lord’s Prayer

March 19 10 am – Garden Room Robin Mondares John Dominic Crosson’s book, “The Greatest Prayer” will be our text as we explore the “Abba” prayer and it’s deep meaning for our lives and spiritual journeys with Christ. Come and … Read more

The Eight Pillars of Joy

Dates: February 12, 19, 26, March 5 10 am – Christie House Library Brad Neary, Brooke Bascom, Charissa Bradstreet “The Book of Joy” written by Douglas Abrams about Archbishop Desmond Tutu and His Holiness the Dalai Lama is the book … Read more