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An episodic exploration of generosity

An episodic exploration of generosity

Pastor Megan took us on a journey in this sermon. It is – to start – an invitation to prayer, then a snapshot, a wondering, a snippet, a slippery word, a preference, a story, a question, a complication, an affirmation, an encouragement, and – at last...
Stories of Land and our Ancestors

Stories of Land and our Ancestors

“We want our forbears to stand on the right side of history…perhaps these cognitive gymnastics are a vain attempt to justify what is actually untenable.”  Jennifer Delanty talks about her realization as an adult that the way the stories she’d...
Power of Ritual

Power of Ritual

Jesus is baptized by John the Baptist in the River Jordan. This water ritual does more than simply mark his shift to public ministry; it effects that significant transition. Pastor Megan explores the inherent power in ritual to help effect transition in our lives...
Refugees & Weeping

Refugees & Weeping

Jesus was a refugee. Jesus IS a refugee (and their name is Jakelin Caal Maquin, Felipe Gomez Alonzo). A weeping mother refuses to be consoled. What if the truest thing we can say from this Scripture is that we too ought to be inconsolable in the face of the horrific?...
I Am From

I Am From

Pastor Amy looks at those first 18 verses of Matthew that we usually skip over to get to the narrative.  But that first list of begats tell a story of their own.  They tell the story of who Jesus came from, especially the significant and unusual women in his family...
Roots for Windstorms

Roots for Windstorms

Here in Seattle, we’ve experienced an unusually windstormy couple of weeks, which makes an apt metaphor for our lives of gusty national politics, devastating news cycles, and the sturm & drang of December activities, expectations, and negotiations of awkward...