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Service: “Aliveness Coming to Get You!” with Rev. Jill Jarvis

Click here to start at the sermon. Even after you’ve hung out for a while in that terrifying dark void of in-betweenness – and you’ve finally reached out and grabbed that empty bar coming at you with your name on it – don’t be deluded into thinking that you’re finally safe. Oh no. Growth and […]

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Service: “A New and Unsettling Force” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click here to start at the sermon. I hope you know the story by now. We didn’t learn about it in history class when I was growing up, it would not have fit the dominant narrative that my generation of white public school students were supposed to be learning. In point of fact, this was […]

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Service: “To Learn the Future” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click here to start at the sermon. Let me give you fair warning; this lies in store for all of us, whatever your current age may be. If you live long enough – and it doesn’t have to be all that long; probably well before you are ready for it – children take over the […]

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Service: “Arise, All Souls 150th Anniversary Celebration” with 150th Anniversary Committee

Click here to start at the sermon. Good morning, and welcome, on this very special day! Happy Anniversary, All Souls! In case you are visiting us today for the first time, We are delighted that you are here, But you should be warned that things are going to be a little different from usual, as […]

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Service: “Spring Awakenings” May 27, 2018 with Jack Gaede

Click here to find the YouTube channel and archives. The setting is 1890 in Germany. Teenagers are slowly waking up to their emerging desires, questions, fears, and insecurities. And the adults in their lives (both teachers and parents) refuse to answer these questions and realities head-on. Moritz is afraid of his body’s changes and confused […]

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Service: “Changing Church” May 20, 2018 with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click here to start at the sermon. Renovation construction projects, like the one in which we are currently engaged, notoriously take longer, cost more, and cause more inconvenience than anybody anticipated they would in the beginning. Ours has been no exception. You can do all the planning you want in advance; you will always discover […]

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Service: “Love, Power and Fear” May 13, 2018 with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click here to start at the sermon. In 1908, when the U.S. Congress first voted on the proposal to establish Mother’s Day as an official holiday, one member of the opposition joked that if it indeed passed, they would find themselves also obligated to create a Mother in Law’s Day. The bill failed that year, […]

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