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Rev. Andrew Groves

Rev. Andrew Groves

Amani Malaika

Memorial Reception honoring Larry Koch.
Service begins at 2pm.

Rev. Andrew Groves

Rev. Kylie Renner

Pema Chödrön’s line, “You are the sky. Everything else – it’s just the weather,” has been a great teacher of mine recently. The weather certainly has been doing interesting things, and I have been more powerfully called to remember that I am the sky.

Join us on Sunday as we explore impermanence, change, and the wisdom in the weather.

With Great Love,
Rev. Kylie Renner


Rev. Andrew Groves

“One is loved because one is loved. No reason is needed for loving.” — Paulo Coelho

Beyond all our reasons, excuses, and justifications lives our power, freedom, and responsibility to actually BE cause. Why? BECAUSE. Because I choose, because I care, because I love.

I can’t wait to see you Saturday at 6:00, with music by my gorgeous friends Patty Stephens and Karl Richardson. Join us at 5:30 for wine & snacks. XO, Drew


Rev. Kylie Renner

"Only those who have tried to breathe under water know how important breathing really is, and will never take it for granted again.” - Richard Rohr

This statement resonated deeply with me, as my heart reacted to the events in the Houston area and in India, Nepal, and Bagladesh this week. I realized that each of us have, in our own way, “tried to breathe under water,” and have, by surviving, come to value breath in ways only we can. These experiences can make us feel broken and less than, or they can make us realize how much love and compassion we have developed, and how powerful it is to remember what is real and important.

Join us on Sunday as we explore how not to take for granted what is really important, and how to support each other in finding our breath, especially when we feel like we are underwater.

With Great Love,
Rev. Kylie Renner

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Rev. Andrew Groves

Rev. Masando Hiraoka

Polarity seems to be rising all around these days. I’ve found myself witnessing and being a part of a lot of "us and them" conversations, feeling this urge to take a side or demonize those who fall into another camp. When we set up our world in this dichotomous way, the only outcome is increasing division and divisiveness among us.

There is another option: Instead of two sides, instead of opposites, instead of polarities, we can create a space where more can happen. More understanding, more listening, more compassion, more connection. We don’t have to agree on everything, but we can always create something more and it is in this space, where two or more are gathered, that we find the presence of the Divine that lives within us all.

We’ll explore this more for Wednesday Night Service at 6:30, and come join us for social time and Happy Hour at 6.

Always More,

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