In their class Reading for Anti-Racism Rev. Catherine Stark-Corn and Rev. Tyler Heston share about their approaches to anti-racism work and some of the books that have helped them get there.
Resources for thinking about racism and learning anti-racism from our clergy.
Dr. Mike Graves shares some resources and ideas for spiritual formation right now, whether individually or in small groups.
This summer’s Backyard Bash offerings look a little different, but as we have done the last two summers, we are excited to offer online class offerings and activities for children and families, starting June 10. Our goals of community, spiritual development and fun are still present this year. You are invited to join one of these opportunities:
Women in their 30s and 40s are invited to join Carla for Text Talk, a Zoom class featuring shared reflections on the Bible passage for the sermon the following Sunday.
By Dr. Mike Graves, Scholar in Residence and Minister of Spiritual Formation An article in a recent issue of Scientific American noted that researchers at MIT have isolated the place in our brains that craves social interaction and food. Who knew? I mean we all like food, and even introverts …
Now more than ever, we know what truly matters: friends, family, kindness. Though this season has been challenging, the spirit, grace and hope that has risen up among us inspires.
There are three ways to participate in this twist on Dr. Mike Graves’ Monday Night Classes, focused on the earliest Communion practices within Christianity.
During this time of sheltering in place, people are hungry not just for things to do but ways to grow spiritually when most every aspect of life has been upended. The clergy put our heads together and compiled a list of resources for just such a moment as this.
If you missed any of Dr. Mike Graves’ recent Monday Night Classes, you can watch them here.
This brief guided meditation from Rev. Tyler Heston combines prompts for mindful breath and meditation with moments of silence for an opportunity to find center, calm, and connection in this challenging and confusing time.
Catch up on the Heart and Mind podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.
Holy Week and Easter look a little different this year in the midst of the global pandemic, but we will still gather in worship on a journey to the resurrection. Join us.
Thank you for your gifts to the Easter offering, which supports two nonprofits who serve individuals in our community who do not have access to quality health care, KC Care Health Center and Care Beyond the Boulevard.
Fifty women with white hair slip demurely into the carved wooden choir stalls, bow their heads to pray and then sweetly sing “O God break the teeth in their mouths.” I was shocked. Is this phrase really in the Bible? A few minutes later we sing, “Let those who seek …