Ministerial Intern, Nick Sanchez shares a message about a time when he was navigating lots of change – physical, emotional, educational, familial, spiritual – trying to do too much at once, and making the choice to stop and take a breath. Some exhaustion is deeper than just physical, and that’s what leads to burnout. Nick tells us about a time when he came face to face with that reality, and chose to step back.
Rev. Lee talks to us this week about books she recently read by Howard Thurman. She asks the question: What if the people who seem to be more spiritually connected, are just the ones who have learned the trick of paying attention? How can we come alive in simple ways?
Guest Preacher, Lisa Schilansky, shares a message asking us to go back and take a look at some of those moment we’d maybe rather not. What would happen if we reframed some of our “cringey” memories as learning experiences? What if we thanked ourselves for what we learned in those moments?
Today, lay preacher, Bev Fox talks about her work in the mental health field, and the apps and other reminders she uses for positive self talk
Today’s message is a conversation between Rev. Lee and Chris Brickhouse, from the Better Days Ahead outreach organization. He discusses the issue of homelessness in our area, and how we can help in meaningful ways.
Ministerial Intern, Nick Sanchez, talks to us about how we can make any space into a sacred space. Beginning with the story of his recent move to the area, and his final sunset seen from his Florida balcony, all the way to Bell Hall – a space with no religious iconography, stained glass, or religious texts – he assures us that we can find the sacred anywhere we need it.
Rev. Lee introduces our new message series, Daily reminders, by sharing the results of the poll she took online, asking friends “What’s the first thing you do when you wake up?” And spoiler alert: no matter what the answer is, you are already being spiritual, in anything you do.