The full moon between the autumnal equinox and the winter solstice is a time when many things in the world around us seem to be dying. As the fallen leaves and fruits decay, we can even smell death. Thus it has been for many thousands … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Ruth Miller
The Great War slowly came to a halt. An agreement was reached to cease fire, and Europe collectively breathed a sigh of relief. Thus it was that November 11, 1918, became a day to remember. Now the date has a different intention, and some are … read more.
We experience more of whatever we focus on – this principle is becoming more understood every day. And, as those who followed the Oprah Winfrey show as long ago as the 1990s discovered, when we focus on what we’re thankful for, our lives begin to … read more.
“Advent” means “coming toward.” What’s coming toward us? What are we coming toward? Why is this the name of the days leading up to December 25? What does it mean for us now and in the future? These are some of the questions Rev. Miller … read more.
Eyesight isn’t the only form of vision.” Proverbs 29 says,“Without a vision the people perish,” which reminds us that we need to imagine possibilities if we are to survive in bodies and a world that constantly changes. While developing a clear vision takes practice, allowing … read more.
We constantly seek peace and harmony in our lives, but periodically things feel out of balance and peace seems far away. Exploring the indicators and sources of those feelings helps us begin to recognize the contrasts and get clear about what we’re ready to experience … read more.
This week the world acknowledges that a Spanish fleet arrived in the New World in 1492. They were not, however, the first humans to arrive. North and Central America were heavily populated by several advanced cultures. Dr. Miller will draw on her training in anthropology … read more.
Dr. Ruth Miller will lead the worship service titled: Commitment and Community. Miller says, “Experiencing community is essential for human well-being, and our experience of community is defined by our willingness to consistently participate, support, and be supported by others, in and through the shared … read more.