Podcast – 2014

“Shaping Our World”, Rev. Kent Doss, October 12, 2014

More than scientific measurements, maps come from a particular perspective and express an opinion of the world. This Sunday we explore the ways maps have shaped our understanding of the world we live in, and how we might need to redraw some of those lines. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Stories of Our Origin”, Rev. Kent Doss, October 5, 2014

Every group of people has a story of how they first began. This Sunday we explore various creation myths and what they tell us about the groups who hold them Rev. Kent Doss

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“The Great ‘I Am'”, Darrell McGowan, September 28, 2014

The context for our existence is referenced by different religions in different ways. Each of us has his own unique way of describing the context for all that is, such as “God”, “the universe”, “energy”, or “the great I AM.” The words we use to describe the underpinnings of our lives are important because they establish […]

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“Finding Balance Within”, Rev. Kent Doss, September 21, 2014

As we celebrate the Fall Equinox, we explore the internal balance between light and dark. Through personal reflection and turning inward, we prepare to cast a vision of what we most want and need for the future. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Tending Our Temple”, Rev. Kent Doss, August 31, 2014

Our bodies are a blessing, but they require some serious attention and maintenance. This Sunday we celebrate the tremendous gift of the human body and reflect on how we can best appreciate our whole self. Rev. Kent Doss

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“We’ll Build a Land”, Rev. Kent Doss, August 24, 2014

The environment that children grow up in shapes their lives. Today we remember and honor children in the midst of political strife and economic instability around the globe. We will also learn of some stories of people who make a tangible difference for children in hardship. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Hopers Unite”, Rev. Tom Owen-Towle, August 17, 2014

A verse from Corinthians reads “….faith, hope and love and the greatest of these is love.” I won’t dispute that verdict, but I’ve always felt that hope is the lost cousin of the lot. In a world of creeping cynicism, even despair, we could all stand a greater dosage of genuine hope! Rev Tom Owen-Towle […]

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“Sharing the Spark”, Rev. Kent Doss, August 10, 2014

Every day we make a choice to encourage others or bring them down. This Sunday we celebrate the skillful art of encouragement and how it reflects our faith. Rev. Kent Doss

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“Life-Long Learners”, Rev. Kent Doss, August 3, 2014

The journey of life is full of surprising opportunities to learn and grow. This Sunday we explore some strategies for enjoying the adventure, even when the going gets tough.  Rev. Kent Doss

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“Connecting the Spiritual Dots; All is One.”, Fr. Bill Moore, July 27, 2014

I’m interested in how many of us and so many things are connected” in a spiritual sense. Our similarities are far greater than our differences. I will be sharing some personal experiences this morning with people and events that I found to be beautiful and significant. Father Bill Moore, a priest and an artist, is […]

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