The sermon title is also a title of a book by Trebbe Johnson who advocates developing a sacred relationship with parts of the earth that are wounded by our actions. Rev. Hurley will share parts of the book and will also share her experiences with … read more.
As the dual crises of climate change and biodiversity loss worsens, many spiritual and religious traditions are finding a way to “green” their teachings. We’ll explore some of those approaches to build bridges to other faiths and the wider community of life.
Zoom-only Service. The Zoom link goes out by email every weekend. Please contact us to be added to our mailing list.
Bernice Menis, Diane Collins and others from The North Country Earth Action Group will speak on understanding our Climate Crisis.
The Zoom link goes out by email every weekend. Please contact us to be added to our mailing list.
Earth Day 2021 is on April 22, with the theme “Restore Our Earth”, and we’ll explore ways we might help to honor and nurture the beauty of our planet.
All Sunday services are currently being held online via Zoom. Links will be sent weekly via our … read more.
The hippies of the 1960s and 1970s changed the way people looked at peace, love, community, women’s issues and spirituality. What parts of this legacy still resonate today? Were the hippies right?