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Sunday Service Podcast June 21st – Father’s Day

“I think that we as grandparents should hold in trust institutions, our country, our world, for our grandchildren… to hold in trust what we have, and make sure that we pass it on.” Today’s Father’s Day celebration service is a little longer than usual Sunday Services, because it includes the slideshow of Congregants’ Fathers, as…

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Sunday Service Podcast June 14th

“COVID-19 knows no boundary of country, it knows no boundary of race or culture or religion… apparently knows no boundary of age… of language. COVID-19 demonstates exceptionally clearly how incredibly interconnected we all are, and calls us to a kind of mutual support, should we wish to survive, as humankind on this planet.” Today’s talk…

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Sunday Service Podcast June 7th

“So we are at a crossroads, and we can try to keep the status quo or we can move forward with tremendous change and transformation.” Rev. Karen Lindvig speaks to the protests and unrest over the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmad Arbery and so many others.  How do we take action that creates…

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Sunday Service Podcast May 31st – Be Attitude

Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the Earth. Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled. Blessed are the merciful, for they will be…

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Sunday Service Podcast May 24th – Twist of Perception

“A twist in perception can change what we see, and how we feel, in a single moment.” This time, Sunday Rev. Karen Lindvig looks at how our world shifts as we allow our perception to shift.   She weaves material from myth, personal life, the works of Jean Houston and others. Karen’s talk begins at 12:20.…

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Sunday Service Podcast May 17th – Unexpected Good

“It’s almost as if … in Tarot, we’ve all been dealt the Tower… the destruction of the tower means that things must happen in order to clear out the old ways and welcome something new.” This Sunday Rev. Karen Lindvig teaches us how to acknowledge present pain, even while looking with determined optimism toward building…

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Sunday Service Podcast May 10th – Lightbearers

“We celebrate not only mothers, but the compassionate, nurturing energy, that goes beyond gender.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig pulls new lessons from the traditions of Mother’s Day, looking at the energy of caretaking and compassion, and how that energy can serve us profoundly during this time of sheltering in place. Karen’s talk beings at…

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Sunday Service Podcast May 3rd – Mayday

“This quarantine has given us the opportunity to step back from our lives in a way that we never could have done before… to ask ourselves: is it possible to begin to think differently?” Continuing our stay-at-home time, Rev. Karen uses two meanings of “Mayday”, the pagan springtime dance as well as the nautical distress…

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Sunday Service Podcast April 26th – The House Guest

“The practices of Ramadan  — the practices of fasting, and feasting,  and reflection — help us build on that capacity to receive and to respond to this invitation of love, from Allah.” Today’s online worship service features special guest speaker Bahiyya Ann Holmes Redding.  Ann is a former Episcopal priest, now practicing Muslim teacher, writer,…

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Sunday Service Podcast April 19th – The Call of Gaia

“Are you having prophetic dreams?  And are there synchronicities that are showing up in your life, that you may not have seen or noticed before?” Rev. Karen turns our attention toward Earth Day, and what it means in this very special year.  Our stay-home restrictions have created a necessary rest for us, and for nature,…

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