Posted by Le Aúndra Salazar-Slaughter on April 23, 2018
Click here to start at the sermon. My father, whose ashes we interred at Arlington National Cemetery last week, was an officer in the Navy and the Naval Reserve, and spent his career working for the Naval Research Laboratory. He never actually spent very much time at sea, but images of ships nevertheless call him […]
Posted by Le Aúndra Salazar-Slaughter on April 17, 2018
Click here to start at the sermon. “Life,” said the Buddha famously, “is messed up. Inherently. From the get-go. Deal with it.” I’m paraphrasing, as usual, but that’s the essence of his insight; everybody is running around the world trying to figure out what we did wrong that is causing us so much pain, and […]
Posted by Le Aúndra Salazar-Slaughter on April 8, 2018
We live in a capitalistic and advertising-soaked economy that is subtly and constantly encouraging us to consume perpetually more, even though we might already be full—whether that is food, clothes, books, movies or news. We are what we consume. What would happen if we were able to be more mindful about what we were consuming […]
Our time for Creativity, Conversation and Community for all ages is from 10:00 to 11:00.
Parents need to pick their children up at 11:00 so they can sit with their family at the beginning of the 11:15 service. Sunday school classes begin after the children have attended the first part of the service.