May Day's joyful history focuses on the new growing season of plants and animals after the fallow seasons of winter and early spring. As beautiful expressions of earthly kin-dom, how might we celebrate our lives anew?
While Earth Day is often about how much we love nature, animals, and specific actions we can take, this year, we must acknowledge that we're at a critical point, and possibly a point of no return. When it comes to climate justice, where do we find hope? And, if we can't, how do we prepare for the crises that will continue to increase?
Prepare your most creative, fun or outrageous Easter "bonnets." We'll be talking about why Easter is such a celebration for Christians and have a little joy and celebration ourselves with our own little Easter Parade.
As we continue living into our 8th Principle, we'll explore one of the hardest characteristics of White Supremacy Culture—the avoidance of conflict and the need for comfort. We'll talk about what that means for us individually and as a community.
Sunset on Saturday, April 2, marks the beginning of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, a time for fasting, prayer, and recommitment. What can that faith tradition teach us who are not Muslim? In a word, and a difficult one, "submission".
As we conclude our Stewardship month, we will celebrate this community with our beloved Flower Communion, held at the height of Arizona's blooming season. In our Flower Communion, we bring flowers and take a different flower in an act of community. If you are willing and able, feel free to bring a flower or flowers and bring it to the front of the sanctuary at the beginning of service. If you don’t have flowers, we will have plenty for you.