Affirmations of Faith

Affirmations of Faith

Affirmation #1 We believe that our spiritual invitation is to follow the example of Jewish teacher, Palestinian refugee, and poor person, Jesus: to live in community; to share our resources; to centralize the stories of poor people, children, and people of marginalized genders; to turn power structures on their heads. We honor all teachers who show us how to defy abusive structures and how to co-create expansive ways of living.  We believe in rooting out the holds that the systemic sins of white supremacy, cisheterosexism, misogyny, ableism, fatphobia, and Christian supremacy have on our...

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Calls to Worship

Calls to Worship

How precious, how fragile, how short is life! Our lives are but a breath. The Divine brings us into being, weaves our lives together, and ushers us into eternal rest. Blessed are the Sacred rhythms of life and holy are these tasks: to be alive, to pay attention, to honor the fleeting with awe and care. When the way is difficult and dangerous, let us still choose what is good and just. When evil comes to break us down and break us apart, let us still choose to carry on with each other. When power from on high strikes fear in our hearts, let us still choose the courage to persist. For we know...

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Communion Liturgies

Communion Liturgies

Solidarity across movements God does not abandon us Broken and Blessed Bodies God Calls Us Ordinary Time Advent Epiphay Lent Longing for liberation Meditative and intimate In the uncertainty Different and one God's relentless invitation Claiming our power Communion - solidarity across movements The Holy One be with you. And also with you. Open your hearts. We open our hearts to you, O God. Let us give thanks to God, an Abiding Presence. To the One who companions us through all things, we give thanks and praise. Faithful One, we come to your table hungry for a taste of your kindom. In a world...

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