Sunday Service Podcast January 16th – Holy Wisdom

“Who in your world embodies this type of Divine wisdom?  Somebody who is without ego or this sense of separation? And a bigger question is: when have you embodied Sophia?” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig caps off the 2021 theme of the Alchemy of the Soul, by looking at the Alchemy of Wisdom. The talk…

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Sunday Service Podcast October 24th – Make Room for Darkness

“The Alchemy of Transformation invites us to let go and accept life as it is, before we can change it.” Rev. Karen returns from her various sojourns to open the doors to this next series. As she explains it, again using the core metaphor of lead-into-gold, The Alchemy of Transformation “takes the lead of things…

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Sunday Service Podcast October 17th – The Radical Truth of Relationships

“You are in relationship to everything, seen and unseen. Since the Divine is everything and everyone, all of your relationships are aspects of your relationship to God.” Gues Speaker Rev. Eric Odel finishes our series on The Alchemy of Relationships. He uses material from great spiritual masters including Ernest Homes and Emily Cady, along with…

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Sunday Service Podcast October 10th – The Way of Friendship

“The Alchemy of Relationship takes the lead of separation and transforms it into oneness and love.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig returns from her trip to Greece to speak to our current series on the Alchemy of Relationship. She focuses mostly on the type of love characterized in scripture as Phileo – brotherly/sisterly love –…

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Sunday Service Podcast October 3rd – Alchemy of Relationship

“I think if we’re doing relationships right, then it’s a little bit of both:  a little bit of nurture, a little bit of challenge, a perfect kind of mix.” Associate Minister Diane Robertson continues in our series on The Alchemy of Relationships. She enlists the testimony of Carl Woestwin and Marcia Rutan, and highlights how…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 26th – Michael Bogar

“Alchemy means ‘the pouring’ so the idea is pouring things together and mixing them up so that you have something entirely different after it’s all stirred. So the Alchemy of Relationship has behind it the notion… that this cosmos is the mixing bowl.” Guest speaker Michael Bogar returns to kick off our series on The…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 19th – Rev. Judith Laxer

“Pagans follow what we call the Wheel of the Year, which is our cyclical model for the passing of time. We don’t see time as linear, we see it as cyclical. And hopefully as we go, year after we year, we ascend and evolve and become better human beings.  ” Guest speaker Rev. Judith Laxer…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 12th – Ann Holmes Redding

“When we as a community take on this notion of service as an attribute, very often we take it on from the side of privilege. We take it on from the side of ‘we have something to give’. And, with that, in the back of our minds sometimes is this kind of shadow of shame.…

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Sunday Service Podcast September 5th – Alchemy of Service II

“I do this instead of complaining, because now I feel like I’m building hope —  hope for the homeless individuals, their families and our city, and I also restoring my own hope that through acts of service small groups of dedicated people can help change the world.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig quotes Board member…

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Sunday Service Podcast August 29th – The Alchemy of Service

“If you’re doing dishes you’re doing God’s dishes. If you sweep the walk, you’re sweeping God’s walk. When you feed a homeless person, as Mother Theresa did, yes? You’re feeding God.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig returns to start this new series on the Alchemy of Service. She cites stories from history, everyday life, and…

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Sunday Service Podcast August 22nd – with Rev. Meghan Smith-Brooks

“You know those old world maps, with the terra incognito, where it had the world as we knew it was defined, and then it had all the scary monsters and the dragons on the outside, and you’re not supposed to go there? No, we’re supposed to go there.” Guest speaker Rev. Meghan Smith-Brooks gives a…

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