Dec
05

Podcast, December 4: A Love Letter from North Carolina

Over the last six years, North Carolina experienced a sharp and shocking turn in human rights.  At the same time in North Carolina, a movement developed that altered the shape and direction of progressive faithful organizing.  What might we learn…
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Nov
20

Podcast, November 20: Hold That Thought!

Craig Rubano, our Summer Intern Minister, is back with some questions around the thoughts that we hold: What does it mean to “hold a thought”? How long do we hold them … where, exactly … and in what manner? Why…
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Nov
14

Podcast, Winning and Losing in a Democracy

Join Rev. Emilie Boggis as she reflects on the past week – the election is over  but there’s still real work to do to bridge the divide(s) in America when so much is at stake.

Nov
07

Podcast, November 6: The Us in Them

As we come to the close of the election season, how do we move past retelling the stories of those we love to loathe? What are the practices and tools of restoration for the personal, and the political?  Join Rev.…
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Oct
30

Podcast, October 30: Where Do the Mermaids Stand?

Is there something that you do (or something that you avoid doing) because the behavior or activity is “gendered” in a way that conflicts with how you identify?  What would happen if you went ahead and entered into moments of…
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Oct
16

Podcast, October 16 – Silver Linings

Each year, our ministers offer one sermon for bid at our Services Auction. This year, member Steve Jackson had the winning bid.  Listen to what he and Rev. Emilie Boggis have worked out in “Silver Linings”, an examination of Charles Dickens’ A…
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Oct
09

Podcast, October 9: America’s Original Sin

In this Columbus Day weekend sermon, join Rev. Emilie Boggis, Minister of Congregational Life, as she offers up a new way of being together.  The only way to repair our nation is to acknowledge our sins, ask for forgiveness, atone for our…
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